In war there will always be victors, but in this case it’s the victory itself that’s important. And, whether their governments like it or not, China and the U.S. are on the same side.
At a time when the free flow of information is critical, geopolitical rifts are deepening.
This virus transcends borders and political positions, a fact the U.S. overlooked in its concern and political analysis of epidemic.
The White House has finally admitted that Donald Trump’s trade wars were detrimental to the economy.
The United States is worried about more Chinese being elected to lead United Nations agencies, but there is an element of hypocrisy in the American efforts to stymie the rise of a rival.
Despite geopolitical risk, the U.S. stock market has not lost momentum, but has remained strong.
The worst thing that Europe can do in the coming battle of the giants it to forget that it can also be one.