The following are some op-eds, policy papers, and journal articles on China trade issues published in July:

Mary E. Lovely, David Xu, Yinhan Zhang, "Collateral benefits? South Korean exports to the United States and the US-China trade war," Peterson Institute, Policy Brief 21-18, July 2021,

Mario Mancuso, "CFIUS and China in the post-COVID environment," Columbia FDI Perspectives, No. 310, July 26, 2021, perspectives/No 310 - Mancuso - FINAL.pdf

Stehen Ezell, "False Promises II: The Continuing Gap Between China’s WTO Commitments and Its Practices," ITIF, July 2021,

Anita Regmi, "U.S. Challenges to China’s Farm Policies," CRS Insight, July 19, 2021,

Gregory Shaffer, "A Silver Lining of US-China Competition: Producing Public Goods," Medium, July 13, 2021,

Bryan Riley, Eric Zachmann, "How Free Trade Can Counter China and Enhance American Competitiveness," NTUF, July 12, 2021,

Orit Frenkel, Kent Hughes, Jennifer Hillman, "The US needs a 'Digital Marshall Plan' to counter China's Digital Silk Road," The Hill, July 12, 2021,

Bernard Hoekman, Xinquan Tu, Dong Wang, "Rebooting Multilateral Trade Cooperation: Perspectives from China and Europe," VoxEU,
July 12, 2021,

Henry Gao, "WTO Reform and China: Defining or Defiling the Multilateral Trading System," Harvard International Law Journal, Volume 62, 2021,

Kenneth Reinert, "Confronting China on Trade," The Hill, July 5, 2021,

Yan Liang, "Biden needs to end the tariff war with China," July 2, 2021,