US President Donald Trump delivered a full-throated campaign kickoff rally in Orlando Tuesday night. Pitch perfect and resonant – at least to his base. His soaring aria went after his favourites: President Barack Obama, illegal immigrants, fake news and the Democrats. And he excoriated Hillary Clinton so long and so [Read more]
Faced with trade barriers set up by the United States, China's foreign trade remained steady, showing its ability to handle external headwinds
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s trip to Iran to help ease the confrontation between Washington and Tehran has been an unusual diplomatic attempt at peace mediation by the leader of Japan, a pacifist nation in the Far East.
Abe should continue acting as a fair and effective peace mediator to set a precedent for [Read more]
Stakeholders have reacted with relief at the new of a lifting by the United States goverment of wildlife tropies exported from Tanzania.
A danger posed to countries of the Caribbean by the withdrawal of correspondent banking relations (CBRs) from regional banks by global banks in the US
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe must articulate his take on how Japan-U.S. trade talks went during his May summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, so the public can learn, in Abe's own words, what to expect.
Addressing a recent gathering of business leaders, Abe noted that since trade talks with the United States involve [Read more]
The United States’ role in Libya has varied from a very active one under the Obama administration into a more predictive and sit-and-see role under the Trump administration, which has engaged very little over the last two years in Libya.
An incident that has taken place this week is an alarm that should be heard [Read more]
What is at stake for Sri Lanka is nothing less than complete subjugation to the Americans and the resulting loss of the sovereignty
As developments on the Persian Gulf turn ominous, democrats choose to support the rhetoric of the Iranian regime at the expense of US interests.
They also warned of the possible threat that the confrontation between the two world powers could end up creating mutually incompatible technological systems, forcing the rest of the world—Europe, Africa …—to side with one of the two systems.