DONALD Trump is well known for his desire to cut American military commitments overseas. Indeed, it is one of his most attractive characteristics. But his attention span is short, he plays a lot of golf, and he does not have the knack of choosing good advisers.
His main domestic advisers on the Middle East are [Read more]
[W]e can expect in 2020 not a repetition of the vulgarities of 2016 but a discussion of substance and transcendence.
Even though there have challenges over the past 5,000 years, China still stands strong; China will remain forever.
It would be a blessing ... if the U.S. could achieve stable economic growth through domestic structural reforms and technological advances.
The United States and the international system it helped create cannot continue indefinitely along this path of incoherence and ignorance.
The insanity of Donald Trump’s latest threats to Iran begs the question: Is this simply comedic bluster, or is there a real risk of war?
Trade wars do direct economic damage. Contrary to what Trump has claimed, they increase prices for US consumers and for businesses buying intermediate goods.
The two American parties have entangled themselves in a life-or-death battle.