<i>Trading with data and the questionable dealings with it were always the trademarks of Zuckerberg. Politicians have been looking on for far too long.</i>
Mark Zuckerberg has broken his silence. He asked for pardon and promised improvement. With this, he did the unavoidable, because in the face of furious [Read more]
Whatever Kim discusses with South Korean President Moon Jae In or US President Donald Trump – no decisions will be possible without Xi.
Diversity here means a moral arms race, a right to exclude and suppress unpleasant realities.
There are still enough people in Washington who see exactly what Moscow is doing and would rather defend America’s democracy than Trump’s reputation.
These skirmishes could just be the harbingers of a huge economic war in which the U.S. and China wrestle for technological leadership of the 21st century.
The scolding coming out of Europe, Japan, and China left Donald Trump cold. Then, suddenly, skeptics whose opinions carry weight with the U.S. president came forward: Republican Party friends from all over the country, many of them dyed-in-the-wool Trump fans. Most of them will face midterm elections in the fall, a [Read more]
U.S. President Donald Trump is already celebrating the planned meeting with Kim Jong Un as a success although the North Korean dictator will come out the winner afterward.
A meeting with Kim is risky for a democratic politician. First, photos run of a handshake with a dictator who has even family members murdered to [Read more]
If the president wants to proceed against [the national debt] with tariffs, dangerous times lie ahead for the world.