The Trump-Induced G20 Stress Test on Trade: Did the German Presidency Pass?

Item Type Journal paper
Abstract At the beginning of its G20 year, the German Presidency attached little priority to trade policy. That stance had to change with the ascension to office of a U.S. President unwilling to follow the diplomatic niceties on trade policy of his predecessors. Moreover, following the U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in the first quarter of 2017, the fear grew that election-era protectionist slogans might be converted into action by the United States. This article assesses how effectively the German Presidency and the G20 process in general managed the Trump-induced 'stress test' on trade policy. The non-binding form of international economic cooperation, evident with the Leaders’ Summit appears, in our opinion, to have been only partially successful.
Authors Evenett, Simon & Berger, Axel
Journal or Publication Title Global Summitry
Language English
Subjects economics
Refereed Yes
Date 17 May 2018
Publisher Oxford Academic
Volume 3
Number 2
Page Range 124-140
Number of Pages 17
ISSN 2058-7430
ISSN-Digital 2058-7449
Publisher DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/global/guy002
Depositing User Prof. PhD Simon Evenett
Date Deposited 25 Mar 2020 15:37
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:41
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/259862

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Evenett, Simon & Berger, Axel (2018) The Trump-Induced G20 Stress Test on Trade: Did the German Presidency Pass? Global Summitry, 3 (2). 124-140. ISSN 2058-7430

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