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1. The Russian-Ukrainian War: An Opportunity to Strengthen the AfCFTA

2. The African Continental Free Trade Area: A boon for the “Africa We Want” by 2063?

3. Mitigating Global Fragmentation in Digital Trade Governance: A Case Study

4. China/United States: Europe off Balance

5. Can the World Trade Organization be saved? Should it?

6. Saving the WTO from the national security exception

7. Industrial policy for electric vehicle supply chains and the US-EU fight over the Inflation Reduction Act

8. Harnessing allied space capabilities

9. The NewSpace market: Capital, control, and commercialization

10. Impact of economic sanctions on net commodity-producing and net commodity-consuming countries

11. Current Capabilities and Future Potential of African Textile and Apparel Industries

12. Formula for a Crisis: Protectionism and Supply Chain Resiliency—the Infant Formula Case Study

13. Who Learns More from Afar? Spatial Empirical Evidence on Manufacturing and Services

14. Assessing Digital Leadership: Is the EU Losing out to the US?

15. Employment Effects of Offshoring, Technological Change and Migration in a Group of Western European Economies: Impact on Different Occupations

16. Functional Specialisation and Working Conditions in Europe

17. Determinants of Functional Specialisation in EU Countries

18. Regulatory Convergence within Technical Barriers to Trade

19. Trade Balances and International Competitiveness in Cyber-physical, Digital Task-intensive, ICT Capital-intensive and Traditional Industries

20. The Digital Economy Partnership Agreement: Should Canada Join?

21. Economic Security in Emerging Markets: A Look at India, Vietnam, and Indonesia

22. U.S. Strategy: Rebalancing Global Energy between Europe, Russia, and Asia and U.S. Security Policy in the Middle East and the Gulf

23. Green New Deal for Carbon-neutrality and Open Trade Policy in Korea


25. European unilateralism as a tool for regulating international trade: a necessary evil in a collapsing multilateral system

26. Carbon Pricing During an Energy Crisis

27. Energy Markets and the Design of Sanctions on Russia

28. The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and Digital Trade in Southeast Asia

29. Securing Medical Supply Chains with Trusted Trade Partners

30. Regional Perspectives on the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework

31. Securing Asia’s Subsea Network U.S. Interests and Strategic Options

32. Multilateral Trade Arrangements and Climate Provisions

33. Convergence and Divergence: Multilateral Trade and Climate Agendas

34. Beyond 2025: The Future of the African Growth and Opportunity Act

35. The EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: A Piece in the Industry Decarbonization Puzzle

36. Measuring illicit financial flows: A gravity model approach to estimate international trade misinvoicing

37. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Has the Fairest Clauses of Us All? Stress-testing the Application of Mirror Clauses to Pesticides

38. Should the EU Pursue a Strategic Ginseng Policy? Trade Dependency in the Brave New World of Geopolitics

39. The Strategic Implications of the Tashkent Conference

40. Turkey’s Changing Posture on Russia and America

41. Beyond Geopolitics: A Geoeconomic Perspective of China-Iran Belt and Road Initiative Relations

42. International Practice of Sanction Evasion and Circumvention Possibilities for Russia

43. Digitalization of Special Economic Zones in China

44. Economic Equidistance is Not an Option: Germany and the US-Chinese Geo-Economic Conflict

45. The Israeli Economy in an Uncertain Global Environment

46. A Gateway to Africa? Economic Opportunities in Israel-Morocco Relations

47. Functional Specialisation in EU Value Chains: Methods for Identifying EU Countries’ Roles in International Production Networks

48. FDI Spillover Effects on Innovation Activities of Knowledge-using and Knowledge-creating Firms: Evidence from an Emerging Economy

49. Assessing the Effects of Trade Liberalization With Third Countries: The Case of the Eurasian Economic Union

50. China's Geo-Economic Interest in Africa: A Short Overview

51. Cutting through the Value Chain: The Long-Run Effects of Decoupling the East from the West

52. Potential Impacts of Sanctions against Russia on the Non-oil Exports of Azerbaijan

53. Developing EU Trade Incentives: A Support Tool for Refugee Self-Reliance and Host Community Resilience in Turkey

54. Refining the EU’s Geoeconomic Approach to Trade Policy

55. China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Successful economic strategy or failed soft-power tool?

56. New Dynamism in ASEAN and East Asia: The Role of the RCEP as a ‘Living’ Agreement

57. The Indo-Pacific Partnership and Digital Trade Rule Setting: Policy Proposals

58. Japan and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

59. RCEP Services Liberalisation: Key Features and Implications

60. Impact of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP): A Global Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Simulation

61. International Production Network in the Next Generation and the Role of RCEP

62. Potential Impact of RCEP and Structural Transformation on Cambodia

63. The Implications of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for Asian Regional Architecture

64. Restrictiveness of RCEP Rules of Origin: Implications for Global Value Chains in East Asia

65. Centrality and Community: ASEAN in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

66. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Economic Backgrounds of ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners

67. Trade Facilitation in RCEP Countries

68. Comparison of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and Other Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)

69. Australia’s Interests in East Asia’s Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

70. Changes in Trade and Investment Policies in Thailand and the Implications for Medium-term Growth

71. FDI Spillover Effects: Evidence from the Philippines

72. What Determines Interfirm Trade Credit? Empirical Evidence from the ASEAN

73. EU in Search of a WTO-Compatible Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

74. The Role of Storage in Commodity Markets: Indirect Inference Based on Grains Data

75. The Culture-Promotion Effect of Multinationals on Trade: the IKEA case

76. Regional Diffusion of Foreign Demand Shocks Through Trade and Ownership Networks

77. Analysis of Cameroon – Nigeria Trade and Prospects for the African Continental Free Trade Area

78. Biden, Israel, and China: Making a Difficult Threesome Work

79. Regulating the International Digital Economy, with Trade and Innovation in Mind

80. Have trade agreements been bad for America?

81. How to save the WTO with more flexible trading rules

82. EU carbon border adjustment mechanism faces many challenges

83. Is South Korea vulnerable to EU and US carbon border restrictions?

84. China's CPTPP bid spurs South Korea to act on Asia-Pacific trade pacts

85. Public responses to foreign protectionism: Evidence from the US-China trade war

86. The IMF should enhance the role of SDRs to strengthen the international monetary system

87. The WTO and vaccine supply chain resilience during a pandemic

88. Has Globalisation Really Peaked for Europe?

89. The impact of the Ukraine crisis on international trade

90. The Black Hole of National Security: Striking the Right Balance for the National Security Exception in International Trade

91. The Evolution of the Global Trading System: How the Rise of Asia and Next Generation Trade Will Shape the Future Economy

92. Economic and Social Impacts of FDI in Central, East and Southeast Europe

93. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Taking Stock of Europe’s New Trade Policy Strategy

94. Global Trade Today is Global Value Chains

95. Exploring ‘Non-Tariff Measures Black Box’: Whose Regulative NTMs on Which Products Improve the Imported Quality?

96. Economic crisis in the Middle East and North Africa

97. Volume 71 Issue 2

98. The Clash of Japan’s FOIP and China’s BRI?

99. TRIPS-Past to TRIPS-Plus: Upholding the Balance between Exclusivity and Access

100. Could Trade Agreements Help Address the Wicked Problem of Cross-Border Disinformation?