Too many economists have refused to take seriously the idea that Brexit could economically benefit the UK.
The president said he's considering ending trade with any country that does business with North Korea. Here's why that will never happen.
As the Trump team begins renegotiating NAFTA with Canada and Mexico, a key plank in its strategy – a threat to withdraw – may be a hollow one.
Some fear that recent actions against China taken by the Trump administration mean we're on the verge of a trade war. What would be the cost?
The US wants rid of NAFTA's dispute settlement mechanism but for Canada it's a red line issue.
The administration's objectives for NAFTA negotiations with Canada and Mexico, set to begin in August, will do little to help American workers, let alone create shared prosperity across the continent.
Many have compared the UK's repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846 with leaving the European Union.
The president has promised to put a stop to foreign companies 'dumping' steel on US markets. Former President Bush tried the same thing, and here's what happened.
The TPP should still bring enough benefits for the remaining countries to make it worthwhile to go through the trouble of enacting it.
Surveys show Trump's election is damaging America's reputation abroad, which research suggests could deal a sharp blow to US trade.
A fundamental insight into the distributive effects of free trade from almost 90 years ago.
The Trump administration's new deal with China, which won't benefit many workers, shows the pitfalls of pursuing bilateral agreements at the expense of multilateral ones like NAFTA.
The heist and free trade are just opposite sides of the same coin.
There's ample space to renegotiate some terms from the original agreement that would improve social welfare across the region.
A flurry of policy reversals in recent weeks suggests Trump has changed his tune from his populist campaign promises. Has he?
If the United States withdraws from or significantly alters NAFTA, Mexico has more options than it thinks — and potentially less to lose than its northern neighbour.
Nothing less than the fate of the global economy lies in the balance as the two strong-willed leaders sit down for their first one-on-one meeting.
China's One Belt, One Road initiative is holding international summit in Beijing, but no Western leaders have said they are coming yet.
Yes, Brexit is really happening, and what comes next could determine whether we see another global financial crisis.
A new WTO trade deal is expected to provide up to $1 trillion in economic gains by eliminating bureaucracy. But that's not its most important benefit.