The big winner in the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Carlos Salinas de Gortari got us into, has been the United States.
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
Harlem freezes over with an Anglo-Saxon frown, but as soon as the summer winds arrive, we all head down to the banks of the river to while away our afternoons.
<i>The new administration does not really care about the future of the Turkish democracy. Ankara and Washington are still separated by the Kurdish question, but if this question cannot be resolved, it can be avoided.</i>
Recep Erdogan started his visit to the U.S. on May 16, during which he met with Donald Trump. [Read more]
Did he act out of gross incompetence or was he compromised by the Kremlin?
The main problem with this economic view is that it is anchored in the past.
If the United States’ tax reform proposal had no chance of passing, I would not bother to analyze it. But that’s not the case. The probability of passing is high. It would be advisable to look at its effects in the U.S. and internationally.
Although the proposal is missing many details, the following stands out: [Read more]