Will NAFTA become the next international partnership from which the U.S., under Trump, withdraws?
The truth is that the tide only sees the progress of events, not to mention the ideological tug of war. The tug of war, then, forces the same ideologies to reconcile principles that cannot be reconciled, and they try to exist within the inconsistencies of their own contradictions. Let me explain. There are principles [Read more]
America is now undertaking a debate and reconsideration of its strategy toward China on an unprecedented scale.
By deciding last week to instate a 25 percent tariff on steel imported into the U.S. and a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum, U.S. President Donald Trump has once again demonstrated that he intends to stay true to the political line that carried him to the White House in November 2016: “America First.” It [Read more]
"Behind protectionism, Trump hides his inability to face problems in international forums by way of multilateralism."
<i>The Trump administration's latest rebukes to its southern neighbor focus on the construction of the wall that should separate both countries.</i>
The guest of honor is now in the eye of the storm: Canada has taken Mexico’s place in Trump's bull's-eye during the NAFTA renegotiations. Unlike the first talks, [Read more]
After imposing protective tariffs on steel and aluminum, the president has now taken the car industry to task, an industry that is so important to Germany. Europeans must join forces and come up with a joint response.
It could always be worse, as the saying goes. This is being demonstrated on an almost daily basis [Read more]