[O]nce the pact’s automatic extensions expire, it’s possible the agreement may end ... There’s no telling when the situation may suddenly change.
The Washington elite sees America and the rest of the world this way: America is great, and most countries are trying desperately to take advantage of it.
Trump has yet to visit any Latin American country since taking office and may once again demonstrate his lack of interest if he does not attend the Summit of the Americas, which will happen in Peru this April.
<i>The expansionary fiscal policy of the American government alongside the Federal Reserve's tighter monetary policy should theoretically be appreciating the dollar – yet the currency remains weak. Joachim Fels from the investment company PIMCO attempts to offer an explanation. </i>
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It’s as if the policy of brinkmanship that Iran has adopted has become standard in Washington as well.
Trump’s election was the result of a surging tide of white populism in America, and his unfiltered words express the emotions of such believers.
Transforming former victims into victimizers, the former oppressed into proud guardians of the kingdom, is [Trump's] colossal, repulsive triumph.
Does she not have too much of what Trump has too little?
[T]he emergence of a world without institutional space for group dialogue and with governments that act only on the basis of their selfish interests or their leaders’ impulses is not good news.