The Future of Global Trade

As globalisation and the world trade order come under unprecedented attack, FT writers examine the consequences of populist politics, economic dislocation, and technological change for the future of global trade.

Traditional rulemaking is unable to keep up with new digital businesses

Robotics and migration are likely to affect traditional patterns

Brexit will test how far limiting access damages growth and trade

Critics of the China shock are now extremely influential

Protectionist instincts fuel attack on creaking dispute-settlement body

Technology raises hopes for increased efficiency and security at borders