Reports 119 Reports
Europe could be the biggest strain on transatlantic relations
The decline of the American labor union
Would a Republican U.S. president support Ukraine?
U.S. congressional infighting is more than meets the eye
How will central banks tackle the next stage of inflation?
Goodbye free trade!
Haiti’s incomplete nation-building
Is there a Biden doctrine?
The U.S.’s never-ending pivot to Asia
End of the American Century?
Culture wars and real wars in U.S. foreign policy
Immigration policy will remain the great divide in American politics
U.S. foreign policy after the midterms
Biden’s Indo-Pacific economic push lacks punch
Transatlantic relations after the Ukraine war
Big government is back under Biden
U.S. China policy after Ukraine
Scenarios for Mexico under AMLO
The irrelevance of ‘tight’ U.S. monetary policy
How long will high inflation last?
Scenarios for artificial intelligence
Washington’s winter of discontent
NATO-Russia security tensions: Escalating tit-for-tat
The role of domestic consensus in U.S. foreign policy
Stable future for U.S.-South Korea relations
America’s ‘Golden State’ is losing its luster
Oil markets: What crisis?
Scenarios for U.S. defense policy under Biden
The UK plays the long game in relations with the U.S.
The Biden administration’s loss of credibility
Scenarios for Biden’s counterterrorism strategy
From inflation to higher taxes
The Biden administration reverts to Obama policy
Risks of a U.S. antitrust turn
Nord Stream 2: No strategic gains for the United States
U.S. civil-military tensions could raise long-term issues
The impact of antitrust demagoguery
Scenarios for U.S. space policy under Biden
Biden’s strategy for Africa
Pyongyang may determine the U.S.’s North Korea policy
Some inconvenient truths about the energy transition
Recovery economics: Optimism or overheating?
Managing China: Scenarios for U.S.-Europe cooperation
Biden’s immigration policies
Biden and the Abraham Accords: Attempt to disengage
The Biden Doctrine: A work in progress
Biden’s energy policy: Clinging to old tracks
Biden budget heralds defense policy shift
The establishment is back in the U.S.
Feel-good immigration policies in the West
Scenarios for the U.S. Congress’s stance on China
American financial markets and the specter of inflation
Scenarios for the U.S.-China chip race
Redressing policies in the Middle East
Scenarios for U.S. trade policy under Biden
Continuity and change in post-Trump America
Modern Monetary Theory is no cure for the savings-shortage illness
America’s choice: Healing and competing, or punishing
A post-Covid rebound in the U.S. is all but inevitable
Biden can build on Trump’s successes
U.S. Elections: Media credibility is the biggest loser
Economic and security challenges for AMLO
TikTok, WeChat and China’s asymmetric digital expansion
The U.S. mulls more Covid-19 bailouts for states
The Fed and ECB: Average inflation targeting for two
The new American left and the election
Post-Covid recovery is not the main challenge ahead
Causes and consequences of the dollar’s weakness
A robust democracy is not vulnerable to subversion
Governments want pessimism
The U.S. will stay active on the arms control front
The fight over net neutrality continues
U.S. impeachment’s Pyrrhic victories
Near-term scenarios for the U.S.-Iran competition
Airbus vs. Boeing: A dispute resolution crisis
The U.S. is set to retain its strength as a global leader
The U.S.-China trade tug-of-war, status report
The potential of Prosper Africa
The mysterious case of CEOs turning green
A U.S.-China deal won’t end economic uncertainty
U.S. immigration and border security policy headed toward a crossroads
U.S. economy awaits the next moves by Powell and Trump
The U.S. and the new great power paradigm
The age of U.S. interventionism may not be over
Rare earth minerals return to the U.S. security agenda
The disruptive power of American tight oil
The U.S.-German rapport: The transatlantic X-factor
The economics of a trade crisis
FATCA’s dragnet tax compliance has high costs
is a deputy staff director for the on the United States Congress Joint Economic Committee.