If the agreement is good news for Donald Trump’s voter base, it is even better for the country that will become the No. 1 economic superpower within a decade or two.
We hope the implementation of the phase one agreement will be smooth as it can stimulate the two countries' further trade consultations and help ease overall China-US relations.
Trump's four-year presidency will leave tremendous influence on US politics and society.
On Jan. 2, United States Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that “we would obviously urge Kim Jong Un and his leadership team to sit back down at the negotiation table… with that said, we remain, from a military perspective, ready to fight tonight as need be.” Upon being asked whether or not it was time to resume [Read more]
[T]he outrage and hatred which America's actions have sparked in Iran and its allied regions are far greater than the fear America hopes to instill in those regions.
The Trump administration is ... a battering ram, hoping to influence election results ... [Its] high-handed claims of protecting democracy are just ridiculous.
The Constitution provides that the power to declare war belongs to Congress and not to the president.
The conditions that took the United States and Iran to the brink of war remain as dangerous as ever, and dialogue is needed to resolve region’s challenges.
[T]empting as it is to be satisfied with current financial and macroeconomic conditions, we must be careful not to disregard a key element of future perspectives.
Why is Trump’s reelection possible? Because 76% of the country thinks that the economy is doing well.