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AIG Global Trade Series 2022

Global Trade in a Complex and Contested World

The open trading system is under pressure. As countries increasingly seek to leverage economic interdependence for geopolitical gain, what does it mean for the future of globalisation? The 2022 edition of the AIG Global Trade Series explores the competition and connectedness that characterise the current trade landscape.

The Global Trade Series is a collaboration between AIG and the following international organisations with leading expertise on global trade: the Aspen Institute Germany; Chatham House (UK); the Clingendael Institute (The Netherlands); Institute of International Economic Law at Georgetown University Law Center (US); the International Chamber of Commerce (UK and France); the Italian Institute for International Political Studies; the Jacques Delors Institute (France); the Research Institute of Economy, Trade & Industry (Japan) and the St. Gallen Endowment for Prosperity through Trade (Switzerland).

Globalisation and its Future

Is the future of global trade regional?

The Future for Digital Trade

How the global agenda on electronic commerce and digital trade is taking shape

The U.S. trade agenda after the midterms

How will the midterm elections outcome impact the U.S. approach to trade?

How to use Trade Policy to meet the Climate Challenge

The meeting of trade policy and climate policy

Women and Trade

How does international trade impact on women and gender equality?

The Role of Middle Powers in moving global trade forward

How are medium powers impacted by the shifting global trading system?

FTAs, Values and ESG

How is ESG impacting global trade relations?

Can the Transatlantic Trade and Technology Council deliver?

What are the objectives of the TTC and how can these be met