Wendy Cutler

Wendy Cutler

Wendy Cutler is vice-president of the Asia Society Policy Institute and former acting deputy US Trade Representative.

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Opinion | On its own, the EU-China investment deal has little hope of holding Beijing to account

Given China’s history of ignoring bilateral agreements, how can the EU’s modest and incremental investment agreement hope to hold China to account? A collective approach, rooted in effective transatlantic cooperation, would at least have a chance.

Given China’s history of ignoring bilateral agreements, how can the EU’s modest and incremental investment agreement hope to hold China to account? A collective approach, rooted in effective transatlantic cooperation, would at least have a chance.

10 Feb 2021 - 4:41PM
Opinion | In getting to a partial trade deal with China, the Trump administration finally got three things right

One important compromise Washington made was moving away from a comprehensive trade agreement and settling for a partial deal with Beijing. Over 18 months of trade tensions, the US has become more realistic about what it could achieve.

One important compromise Washington made was moving away from a comprehensive trade agreement and settling for a partial deal with Beijing. Over 18 months of trade tensions, the US has become more realistic about what it could achieve.

24 Dec 2019 - 4:42AM
6 Jul 2017 - 11:36PM