Jun 21, 2016
The United States stands to gain more from strengthening global institutions and engaging with the world's growing economic powers than from pulling back.
In a fast-changing world, should the United States strengthen its links with the international economy or pull back? Howard Shatz, Senior Economist, RAND Corporation, and Ambassador Michael Froman, United States Trade Representative, explore this question at the book launch for Shatz's report, U.S. International Economic Strategy in a Turbulent World, which is the latest volume in the Strategic Rethink series. Ambassador Charles Ries, Vice President, International at RAND, moderates the discussion.