International Trade and Investment

By Zachary Toal
November 25, 2013

Political debates and media coverage of the quantitative easing program have ignored the policy’s effects on the global economy. However, the choices made in upcoming meetings of the Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee will have tremendous consequences in emerging markets.

By Samuel Doo
November 18, 2013

Bitcoin is a potential nightmare for security policymakers who are already struggling to keep pace with the problems posed by the Internet age.

By Alejandro Garcia
November 4, 2013

Energy reform would positively affect Mexico's economy and upstream oil production capacity, strengthen U.S. energy security, and provide greater opportunities for energy development and trade in North America.

By Luke Rodeheffer
August 19, 2013

Central Asia should focus on further developing its rapidly growing economic ties with East Asia instead of placing its economic future in the hands of Moscow.

By Anup Rao and Andrew Ludwig
July 29, 2013

The IEA must evolve in order to remain relevant in today's dynamic energy market.


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