Throughout history, American presidents have been recognized for their diverse and creative approaches to foreign policy. President Truman talked about “containing” the Soviet Union; Eisenhower, about a “new look”; Kennedy, of a “flexible response”; and Reagan, about “peace through strength.” With the [Read more]
The rise of Trump and other anti-establishment politicians is evidence of the crisis of confidence in the West.
To deport these young people (most of them in their early 20s) out of the United States is to uproot and completely ruin their lives. It is difficult to understand the decision from a humanitarian lens.
As of 2016, Egypt became the largest recipient of US foreign direct investment in Africa.
<i>The rupture of the free trade agreement with Mexico would have a devastating impact for the state of Texas, an economy that largely depends on what it trades with Mexico.</i>
The president of the United States is so perfidious that he made his visit to the disaster zone of Corpus Christi a pre-campaign rally, [Read more]
There has perhaps never been a time that so desperately seeks leadership from the U.S. president until now. After all, the world is growing ever more anxious both geo-politically and economically, while the international situation remains chaotic.
The new president who will assume office next January will need to [Read more]
Relative to China’s strength, the many deployments that the U.S. and Japan have been making around China are equivalent to laying out a spider web in front of a dragon.
In comparison to Europe, the American welfare state is not generous enough.
<b>During a press conference on Feb. 17, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Lei Hong, answered questions about the unofficial meeting between the United States and the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.</b>
From Feb. 15 to 16, the United States and leaders from ASEAN member states held [Read more]