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1. Managing Global Disorder: Prospects for U.S.-China Cooperation

2. The U.S.-Southeast Asia Relationship: Responding to China’s Rise

3. What the Trump Administration’s NAFTA Priorities Get Right (and Wrong) About Digital Trade

4. Writing New Rules for the U.S.-China Investment Relationship

5. Curtailing the Subsidy War Within the United States

6. North America Time for a New Focus

7. How to Make Fuel Subsidy Reform Succeed

8. Freeing the Global Market: How to Boost the Economy by Curbing Regulatory Distortions

9. ASEAN's Future and Asian Integration

10. U.S. Foreign Aid: Investing in Countries that Help Themselves

11. U.S. Trade and Investment Policy

12. Partners in Preventive Action: The United States and International Institutions

13. Managing Instability on China's Periphery

14. Saudi Arabia in the New Middle East

15. Global Imbalances and the Financial Crisis

16. China's $1.7 Trillion Bet: China's External Portfolio and Dollar Reserves

17. The National Interest and the Law of the Sea

18. China's $1.5 Trillion Bet: Understanding China's External Portfolio

19. The United States in the New Asia

20. Sovereign Wealth and Sovereign Power: The Strategic Consequences of American Indebtedness

21. Confronting Climate Change: A Strategy for U.S. Foreign Policy

22. Trade Liberalization: Cordell Hull and the Case for Optimism

23. The United States and the WTO Dispute Settlement System

24. Foreign Investment and National Security: Getting the Balance Right

25. Building a Transatlantic Securities Market

26. How Shareholder Reforms Can Pay Foreign Policy Dividends

27. Democratizing U.S. Trade Policy

28. A Financial Architecture for Middle-Class-Oriented Development