Has the United States rejected its long-established consensus that the country should promote free trade? How are Canada, Japan, and other close trading partners reacting? What are the likely consequences of a long trade war between China and the U.S.? The International and global studies program and the Asia Pacific Center for Economics and Business at Brandeis International Business School Present a panel on The Great Trade Wars of 2018: Trump, China, and a Global Economy at Risk. Featuring Kerry Chase, Associate Professor of Politics - Peter Petri, Carl Shapiro Professor of International Finance - Albert Hu, Associate Professor at the Department of Economics, National University of Singapore -- Sponsored by the Ellen Lasher Kaplan '64 and Robert S. Kaplan Endowment for Economic Growth