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U.S. Trade Policy Publications

Another Thing Spiking in America in 2022: Harm to the WTO

September 2022

Washington International Trade Association

Tariffs and Energy Storage Supply Chains

June 2019

Presentation to Energy Storage Association

Section 232 Steel/Aluminum Measures and the Responses They Are Triggering

June 2018

Presentation to Global Business Dialogue Colloquium on “Section 232 Measures:  What’s in a Name?”

US Trade Investigations and WTO Rules

October 2017

Presentation to ABCI Institute XIII Symposium

A Snapshot of U.S. Objectives in Trade Relations With the European Union and Our NAFTA Partners

June 2017

Before Global Business Dialogue “EU Outreach” Diplomatic Panel

Questions About a Destination-Based Cash Flow Tax For the United States

March 2017

Before a Global Business Dialogue Colloquium on Border Tax Adjustment

US-China Commercial Issues

September 2016

Presentation to a Global Business Dialogue Colloquium: Reflections on Trade with the Middle Kingdom from Canada, Mexico and the United States

Russia, the WTO, and PNTR

April 2012

Kluwer Global Trade & Customs Journal

Russia's WTO Accession: U.S. Legal Options for Normalizing Trade Relations with the Bear

November 2011

Presentation to Global Business Dialogue

The New U.S. Government's Trade Policy

December 2009

Briefing to European Commission DG-Trade Training Session

Commitments Solemnly Exchanged

April 2009

Presented to Washington International Trade Association panel on “The Mexican Trucking Issue”

Protectionism or Pragmatism?

April 2009

Presented to panel at American University Washington College of Law

Trade and New Issues: Environment, Energy and Labor

February 2009

Presented to Symposium on International Trade hosted by Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Brazilian International Trade Scholars Institute

Six Questions for US Trade Policy

January 2009

Published by World Trade Online

Abiding By The International Rule of Law: The United States and the Future of International Treaties

June 9, 2008

Presented to Annual Meeting of the United Nations Association of the USA

Answers to the Questions for the Record

June 2008

Follow-up to testimony before Senate Committee on Finance hearing on S. 1919

A New Architecture of Energized Cooperation Between the Government’s Political Branches in Trade Policy

May 22, 2008

Testimony presented to Senate Committee on Finance at hearing S. 1919

What We Can Do Ourselves: Without New International Pacts, Domestic Trade Reforms Loom Larger

September 17, 2007

Published in Legal Times

The May 10, 2007 Trade Policy Deal and Its Potential Impact at State Level

August 5, 2007

Presented to National Conference of State Legislatures, Subcommittee on Labor & Economic Development

Trade Promotion Authority, Again

Spring 2007

Published in International Law News, Vol. 36, No. 2

Enforcing the Rules: Strong Trade Laws as the Foundation of a Sound American Trade Policy

May 2007

Alliance for American Manufacturing

Joint Export Trade Reconsidered, Again

Winter 2007

Published in ABA International Trade Committee Newsletter, Vol. I, No. 2

Should the Relationship of WTO Obligations to U.S. Law Be Reinvented?

October 2006

Presented to International Bar Association’s “International Law Weekend” Conference

Joint Export Trade Provisions in Antitrust Laws: A Supporter’s Perspective

February 2005

Journal of World Trade 39 (1): 181-184

U.S. Trade Remedy Laws and the WTO

June 2001

Presentation to Congressional Economic Leadership Institute Forum on "Improving America's Trade Performance"

International Trade Year in Review

Summer 2000

The International Lawyer, Vol. 34

Get the WTO Criticisms Right in the Trade Debate

May 3, 2000

Journal of Commerce, Opinion page

It Is Time for Trade Law Reform: Recommendations for the 106th Congress

January 1999

Labor/Industry Coalition for International Trade

A Trade Plan for the New Congress

November 9, 1998

Journal of Commerce, Opinion page

America’s Lost Leverage

August 1998

Legal Times

Getting What We Bargained For: Industry Evaluates U.S. Enforcement of Trade Agreements to Gain Access to Foreign Markets


Labor/Industry Coalition for International Trade

Addressing Private Restraints of Trade: Industries and Governments Search for Answers Regarding Trade-and-Competition Policy


Coalition for Open Trade

International Trade and the New Congress


24 International Law News 5

Binational Panels Faulted by Congressional Committee


1 Inter-American Trade and Investment Law 38

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