[T]he very fact that China has been designated a currency manipulator suggests that the conflict between Washington and Beijing is growing.
The Trump administration’s aggressive concern over foreign trade parity with its strongest partners is undermining the foundations of international trade.
No matter how cynical it may sound, the whole world and, apparently, Americans themselves, are used to such crimes, which have frankly become one of the calling cards of the United States and an integral part of American democracy.
Turkey announced that if the two countries do not reach a compromise, it would unilaterally establish a safe zone.
[N]o one really believes the Trump administration is that eager to make a new nuclear deal.
The now official death of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, announced by Donald Trump six months ago and implemented on Friday, August 2, is a worrying new sign of growing disorder in international relations.
From an operational point of view, the S-400 can challenge the global air supremacy of the U.S.
[T]he widespread defamation of immigration service employees who are just doing their jobs leads to more than a few of the country’s citizens declaring the very fact that the U.S. government is regulating its borders a virtual “crime against humanity.”
[C]urrent circumstances appear to favor buying the U.S. dollar.