Trade and Economics

  • Trade and Economics
  • Providing a way of thinking about a globalized economy and its relationship to security that considers the benefits and answers the challenges posed by greater economic integration and interdependence.

Sub-Topics

  • Studying the policies and trends affecting the economic landscape of the Asia-Pacific at national, regional, and global levels with a focus on improving U.S. foreign economic policy.

  • Seeking to understand economic policymaking from the factors that shape it to its long-term impact.

  • Evaluating the health, trajectory, and efficacy of the Bretton Woods institutions in an era of diffuse economic power.

  • Providing analysis of the climate, trends, and upside and downside risks in the global commercial environment.

Studying Trade and Economics