An “Entrepreneurial” Development Bank? The Inter-American Development Bank Shows the Way
March 19, 2024 | The National Interest
There is no love lost between the public and development banks. While these multilateral institutions with a global scope such as the World Bank, or regional ones like the Asian Development Bank, play a vitally important role, providing financing and technical assistance to enhance development, they are incessantly criticized across the board... more

Free Trade Under Siege
March 12, 2024 | The Hill
“Free trade”---for some it is a boon, for others a boondoggle. Blessing or curse, it will retain a central role in political discussions and policymaking for the foreseeable future... more

Canada and South Florida—More than Tourism and Real Estate
January 10, 2024 | Miami Today
Defining the Canada-South Florida relationship as exclusively one of tourism and real estate investment paints an erroneous picture of our commercial interaction with our northern neighbor... more

How Nearshoring Can Revolutionize US-China Commerce
January 4, 2024 | The Hill
In the aftermath of the global pandemic and in light of increasing tensions in US-China relations, nearshoring has emerged as one—if not the—major issue in global production and distribution.
Throughout the pandemic, shortages of personal protection equipment (PPE) and other critical supplies caused havoc on many businesses and communities... more