President Trump is falling into lockstep with the economic nationalism he promised: protection for domestic consumption, employment and training for local workers, and measures aimed at eliminating dependency on other regions.
[A] potential tariff on the automobile sector puts many historic U.S. partners in the spotlight.
Trump's policy is nothing but a sadistic exercise against human beings...suffering an arbitrary suspension of their human rights.
At the center of the current debate is the discussion of whether a cake is a service or a work of art that requires inspiration, involving emotion and feelings and if, in reality, it is a platform to express oneself.
[I]nstead of using the opportunity to propose substantial initiatives, the Mexican representatives decided to wager on maintaining the same basic terms of a treaty which was negotiated more than two decades ago.
Trump’s hostility toward us has ... strengthened the anti-imperialist nationalism of the old left, populists and extremists who are taking advantage of Trump’s provocations ... to encourage jingoism and belligerence.