Donald Trump’s possible second term portends the hardening of nationalist and isolationist politics that shut America and Europe into themselves.
Negative interest rates defy 5,000 years of financial markets, which have always rewarded the waiting and postponement of consumption.
Nicaragua’s intense relationship with Russia ... is a source of great concern to the United States.
Now that the US sovereign king has abandoned the liberal order and the globalisation it spawned has supercharged the rise of China to challenge it, what does Putin see?
[The White House] faces today an unappealing choice: either intervene [in Venezuela] directly or wait for the situation to slowly rot.
In Donald Trump's shaky conception of the world order, his relationship with Vladimir Putin is as ambiguous as it is central.