Pardee School Faculty Discuss China’s Global Impact During “Research on Tap” Event
This “Research on Tap” convened BU faculty and researchers from across schools and disciplines. Through a series of individual presentations on a wide range of topics, the suite of experts expanded BU’s reservoir of knowledge on China and helped inform research and teaching on China at global and local dimensions.
Heine Offers Perspective on China in the World
Ambassador Heine was asked about his latest book as well as the state of Sino-Latin American relations, trends in Chinese foreign direct investment worldwide, and the United States-China trade war.
Heine Argues for Latin American Adoption of Active Non-Alignment
“Taking a page from the traditions of the Non-Aligned Movement but adapting it to the realities of the new century, Active Non-Alignment provides a guide to action for Latin America, and the Global South at large, in a world in turmoil.”
Miller Coauthors Column on U.S.-India Trade Relationship
“A frangible bilateral partnership is neither an effective deterrent to revisionist countries nor conducive to shoring up the rules-based order — facts which both countries would do well to remember.”
Heine Interviewed on APEC Summit and Evolving Global Economy
China’s influence in Latin America continues to grow; however, increased trade has been greatly beneficial to the economies of the region. Heine hopes that the APEC meeting will give the impetus to bolster trans-Pacific trade that he says is so badly needed today.
Heine Comments on Lula’s Presidential Win & Brazil’s Relations with China
“The US-China trade spat, and the mutual tariffs it has led to on bilateral trade have been highly beneficial to Brazil, which has considerably increased its agricultural exports to China.”
Heine Offers Insights into Brazilian Run-Offs Impact on Relations with China
Brazilian Presidential candidates Jair Bolsonaro and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva have differing views on China that could alter the country’s relationship with the great power. What could either of their election mean for future Brazil-China relations? Ambassador Heine offers his thoughts.
Heine Interviewed on Globalization and Impact of China’s BRI
The Global South is where the big opportunities lie and where the future lies. As Ambassador Heine says, China’s Belt and Road Initiative is an excellent example of successful cooperation with the Global South.
Heine Publishes Article on Rising China-Latin American Trade Agreements
“At a time when the United States and (somewhat less so) the EU circle the wagons and embrace a protectionist credo, China is ready to do business. Can you really blame the Ecuadors and Uruguays of this world for knocking on Beijing’s door?”
Heine Discusses Impact of Chinese-Latin American Trade
For Latin America, economic and investment issues addressed during the Two Sessions are relevant due to the impact that China has on the countries of the region.
Gallagher Co-Authors “The Case for a New Bretton Woods“
Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright’s book outlines a set of principles for a new multilateralism and a blueprint for change across three critical areas of global economic governance: the international financial system, trade and investment, and development finance.
Heine Comments on South American Fiber Project
“Given the boom in cross-Pacific trade in the past decades, improved digital connectivity between the Asia-Pacific and South America is badly needed to expedite e-commerce and trade in services.”
Heine Discusses Latin America and Changing Global Trade
“What does the RCEP mean for Latin America?…as Latin America is not part of the agreement, it reflects the marginalization of the region from these plurilateral treaties.”
Heine Discusses Chinese Foreign Investment & Trade in Chile
Ambassador Heine discussed the strange concern surrounding Chinese FDI in Chile.
Heine Publishes Essay on China-Latin America Relations
“Despite the pandemic and United States-China rivalry, trade relations between China and Latin America, particularly with South America, will continue to grow.”
GDP Center Releases Research on U.S. Trade Policy
“U.S. trade policy made Americans more vulnerable to the COVID-19 crisis, in terms of both their jobs and their health.”
Gallagher Co-authors Research Paper for Global Policy
Research on trade liberalization and fiscal stability, co-authored by Prof. Kevin Gallagher, published in the journal Global Policy.
Gallagher Publishes Article on Trump’s Trade Policy
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher offers a critique and alternative to United States President Donald Trump’s trade policy.
Gallagher Publishes Op-Ed on Trump’s NAFTA Strategy
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses U.S. President Donald Trump’s approach to changing the terms of trade deals, including NAFTA.
Gallagher in Boston Herald on Trump’s China Policies
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses how President-Elect Donald Trump will follow through on comments he made during his campaign regarding trade with China.