[T]he U.S.-China trade war is a power game in which the U.S. is using force to crush competitors and protect its vested interests.
White House photos taken at critical points in history are worth a thousand words.
I saw the following analogy while reading the memoirs of Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal Reserve who played a huge role in helping the nation overcome the Great Recession 10 years ago.
There was a fire in a house in a town where the majority of houses were in close proximity to one another. Most people [Read more]
[D]iscrimination and arrogance can strike ... back like karma.
It is quite unfortunate that the White House showed explicit discomfort toward the South Korean government’s proposal for a South-North military dialogue. On July 17, White House press secretary Sean Spicer replied to a request to offer an opinion on the issue by stating that the question should be asked of the South [Read more]