• Global shipping bounces back

    David Uren     |      July 22, 2021

    The pandemic prompted calls for greater self-sufficiency, but global shipping is back to pre-COVID proportions, although fissures in international relations threaten to undermine this recovery.

  • Australia’s asymmetric advantages in global trade

    David Uren     |      June 29, 2021

    Australia’s phenomenal resource endowment has once again seen it through a difficult period in the global economy, with supercharged commodity markets siphoning some of the stimulus spending by the world’s major economies into Australian pockets.

  • Can Asia reinvent global trade?

    Bilahari Kausikan     |      April 27, 2021

    Asia is becoming the world’s most important trading region, and its political divisions and realities are increasingly shaping the global economy.