Robert E. Lighthizer, Foreign Affairs
Coronavirus has challenged many long-held assumptions. In the coming months and years, the United States will need to reexamine conventional wisdom in business, medicine, technology, risk management, and many other fields. This should also be a moment for renewed discussions—and, hopefully, a stronger national consensus—about the future of U.S. trade policy. That debate should start with a fundamental question: What should the objective of trade policy be?
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