Always strong with the weak and weak with the strong.
Even though Trump defined himself as an “environmentalist” ... all of his actions ... portray him as a president who is anti-nature.
The fragility of the [Mexican] economy, which narrowly avoided recession in the first half of the year, has required López Obrador to dodge, at whatever price and against his own beliefs, any trade confrontation with the United States.
The free-rider theory... is a formulation arguing that rational actors tend to abstain from collective action insofar as they think others will do their part to achieve some mutually beneficial objective.
The U.S. needs to become more firmly engaged if it wants to achieve a ceasefire between the Afghan government and their Taliban archenemies...
The reality is that outside of business, it is geography and society that connect us, too.
[Eighteen] years after the attack, people continue to die in the city of skyscrapers.
The trade war started by Trump in 2017 has been like spitting into the wind.
[W]e have witnessed the greatest act of trampling the dignity in a country that will be remembered as being carried out by a lout who runs the world.