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1. 11th U.S.-China High-Level Political Party Leaders Dialogue

2. Work for Others, not Yourself: Globalization, Protectionism and Europe’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy

3. Learning to Love Trade Again

4. The US–China trade deal and its impact on China’s key trading partners

5. International Intellectual Property after the New NAFTA

6. Toward a Robust Architecture for the Regulation of Data and Digital Trade

7. Developing a More Inclusive US Trade Policy at Home and Abroad

8. U.S.-China Rivalry in the Trump Era

9. Towards a Better Financial System

10. How to think about finance?

11. A World Dividing: The International Implications of the Sino-American Rift

12. Gossip, Corporate Reputation, and the 1905 Life Insurance Scandal in New York

13. The Hudson's Bay Company: Royal Charters, Rivalries and Luxury Hats in the North American Fur Trade

14. Implications of Foreign Direct Investment, Capital Formation and its Structure for Global Value Chains

15. The Future of North America’s Economic Relationship: From NAFTA to the New Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement and Beyond

16. Does Canada’s Foreign Trade Policy Give Innovating Canadian Firms a Competitive Edge Internationally?

17. Trump Trade Policy, Exchange Rate Surveillance and the IMF: Back to the Future?

18. The Way Forward for WTO Dispute Settlement after the Eleventh Ministerial Conference

19. Digital Trade at the WTO: The CPTPP and CUSMA Pose Challenges to Canadian Data Regulation

20. Counting the Cost of Financial Warfare: Recalibrating Sanctions Policy to Preserve U.S. Financial Hegemony

21. China in a World of Orders: Rethinking Compliance and Challenge in Beijing's International Relations