The United States of America has been a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) member since January 1, 1995 and a member of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) since January 1, 1948. The United States member profile on the WTO web site includes trade and tariff profile, trade policy reviews, regional trade agreements, dispute cases and more.
Information on the negotiation proposals that the United States has submitted to the WTO during the last round of negotiations, the Doha Round, and the U.S. participation in the various WTO committees is provided in the annual report of the U.S.Trade Representative to Congress.
The WTO's Dispute Settlement page provides information about cases brought by the United States, and cases that United States has brought against other countries. As of September 20, 2019 the United States has brought 124 cases against other countries, and has had 155 cases brought against it.
The United States participates in trade policy reviews (TPR) of other countries. Specific U.S. interests can be found by reviewing the summary of TPR meetings.