Trump is not interested in Africa, and therefore, he continues to inadvertently show signs of cluelessness about it.
[The expression “trade deficit”] carries negative connotations for Trump and many others, but this should not be the case.
<i>The U.S. government is exerting pressure and painting a blatantly distorted picture of German economic policy. But it is also true that Berlin has ignored smoldering problems for far too long.</i>
It is getting serious. After months of vague, trade-related threats from the U.S., opposing parties will meet each [Read more]
<i>A trade war between the United States and China would affect the global economy enormously, says Diego Marrero.</i>
The election of Donald Trump in the United States brought with it uncertainty; now, in the coming months, we will truly be able to measure the feasibility of his proposed measures. One of the [Read more]
A Latin American sojourn has punctuated the presidential swan songs of both Ma Ying-jeou and Barack Obama. Although different in that the former's tour of the region was a largely ceremonial affair undertaken to buttress diplomatic ties while the latter has gone to cut the ribbon of rapprochement between the United [Read more]