There is no winner in a trade war.
[Donald Trump] actually seems to be looking for someone to blame if the time comes when he is no longer able to support his claim that the economy “is doing really well.”
The world has heard the U.S. make many preposterous claims about human rights and religious issues as part of its box of tricks to interfere in the affairs of other countries.
If Trump does not substitute dialogue for his inflexible positions, he may do more harm than good to the interests the U.S. claims to defend.
The US economy has entered its 11th year of uninterrupted expansion, breaking the previous record for the longest period of growth in American history without a recession
Forging ahead, like we are doing now, comes at a cost. The world is once again buried in excessive debt.
It is the election of negatives ... with the winner being whoever manages to convince the voters that the other candidate is even worse.