Author Archives: Stuart Malawer

About Stuart Malawer

Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade at George Mason University (School of Public Policy).

Trump’s Trade Policies and the Federal Courts — Will the Courts Rein Him In?

My new article on President Trump’s trade policies, delegation of authority and the federal courts. Please click this link ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Malawer, “Trump, Trade and Federal Courts.” China and WTO Review (Sept. 2019).

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TRADE CASES & TRUMP’S TARIFFS — Restricting Reliance on National Security?

  My op-ed in the Richmond Times-Dispatch (June 17, 2019) ………….                               TRADE CASES AND TRUMP’S TARIFFS —                            Restricting Reliance on National Security?                                                By Stuart S. Malawer   I predict that three major federal court cases, … Continue reading

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National Security & Trade Law: New U.S. and WTO Cases — Troubles for Trump’s Trade Policy?

    National Security & Trade: New U.S. and WTO Cases —  An Invitation to Even More Struggles for the Trump Administration   Stuart S. Malawer, J.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Service Professor of Law and International Trade at George Mason University (Schar … Continue reading

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US Court of International Trade — Pending §232 Steel Case — Real Danger for the Trump Administration.

      This article discusses American Institute for International Steel v. the United States, which is pending in the little-known United States Court of International Trade in New York. It involves an attempt to declare that the US legislation delegating authority … Continue reading

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IS TRUMP’S TRADE POLICIES REALLY ABOUT TRADE? Hint, Maybe Not.

To me the US – China trade dispute is not really that much about trade, tariffs or technology. What I would call T3.   It’s about changing the rules of the game, global relations. In particular, it’s about President Trump’s … Continue reading

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US Dept. of Justice Enlisted in Trade War With China — What’s the End Game?

      The U.S. Department of Justice (National Security Division) has now been enlisted by the Trump administration into its expanding trade war with China. This marks a significant escalation of legal and economic weapons used by the United States.   … Continue reading

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U.S. and China Trade Disputes in the WTO (since Trump) — Some Real Facts.

U.S.–China trade relations are the most important bilateral trade relations today. The conflict between these countries has already progressed to a trade war. What is not well known is how this conflict is playing out in the WTO’s dispute resolution system. … Continue reading

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