Commentaries by Joshua P. Meltzer
Joshua P. Meltzer
Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Dr Meltzer is a senior fellow in the Global Economy and Development program at the Brookings Institution and an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies where he teaches international trade law. Meltzer is a reviewer for the Journal of Politics and Law.
At Brookings, Meltzer works on international trade law and policy issues with a focus on the World Trade Organization and large free trade agreements such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Specific areas of focus include digital trade and trade and climate change. Meltzer also works on financing for sustainable infrastructure. Meltzer has testified on trade issues before the U.S. Congress, the U.S. International Trade Commission and the European Parliament.
Nov 23, 2016
The U.S.-China relationship is complex and often fraught, but getting it right is possibly the most important economic and foreign policy task of any President. The pathway to a more advantageous U.S. economic relationship with China will not be easily forged, but it is vital to the American economy. As China’s President Xi Jinping told Trump recently, a cooperative U.S.-China relationship is the only pathway forward.