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The Post-Brexit U.S. Economy Is Doing Just Fine, Thank You Very Much

But a strong U.S. dollar could cause financial pain in the United States down the…

David Francis

The Cable

U.K. To Wall Street: We’re Open For Business Despite Brexit

Britain moves to assure international investors that Brexit is not a bad thing.

David Francis

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Building on Sand

Out of cash and out of options, America's cities need a new plan—and they might…

Gillian Tett

The Cable

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White House Issues Strict Rules for Arctic Drilling

New regulations could be a disincentive for companies to look for oil in the Arctic.

David Francis

The Cable

House Republicans Aim To Take Down Boeing’s Deal With Iran

House Republicans line up a series of measures to block the agreement.

David Francis

The Cable

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The U.S. Fed Saw the Negative Consequences of the Brexit Coming

The U.S. Central Bank was one of the few that saw a possible Brexit coming.

David Francis

Voice

The World’s Rising Powers Have Fallen

There will be no bloc of “emerging economies” rising up to challenge the Western order.…

Suzanne Nossel

The Cable

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Britain’s Plummeting Pound Is Bad News for America

The Brexit hits international tourism to the U.S. and keeps historically low oil prices in…

David Francis

The Cable

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Senate Pulls Puerto Rico Back From the Brink of Fiscal Ruin

The Senate gives Puerto Rico a reprieve two days before a debt deadline.

David Francis

The Cable

Trump Accuses Clinton of Betraying American Workers

Trump outlines an protectionist American economic policy and promises to bring back long-lost manufacturing jobs.

David Francis

The Cable

Volkswagen’s $14.7 Billion Settlement With the U.S. Is Just the Beginning of Its Legal Woes

The company could end up paying $61 billion to settle emissions cheat.

David Francis

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The ‘Leave’ Camp Won. That Doesn’t Mean Brexit Will Happen.

Referendums aren’t binding. Just ask the Greeks, who voted to reject EU austerity measures and…

David Francis

Feature

Fragile States Index 2016

From the Syrian war to Europe’s migrant backlash, from Boko Haram to Brexit, a global scoreboard of sovereignty and spillover.

FP Staff

Argument

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China’s Pivot to Putin’s Friends

The Moscow-Beijing partnership is stalling. But Xi is winning over the Russian president’s inner circle…

Alexander Gabuev

Shadow Government

Toward a Post-Brexit Defense Strategy

An analysis of Brexit's impact on U.S. defense capabilities.

Kori Schake

Report

Mapped: Brexit’s Aftermath

After Britain’s vote to leave the EU, stock prices are suffering on major indices around…

C.K. Hickey, Benjamin Soloway, David Francis

Report

Everything Is Awful, Brexit Edition

From the 2016 presidential election to the West’s standoff with Russia, the Brexit could reshape…

Keith Johnson, David Francis, Elias Groll

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Asian Millionaires: The Richest Millionaires

For the first time, millionaires in Asia are now richer and more plentiful than the…

Henry Johnson

Argument

Forget Brexit. Rexit Is The Real Problem.

India’s central bank governor Raghuram Rajan railed against crony capitalism. But now that he’s leaving,…

James Crabtree

Shadow Government

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Four Economic Questions on Brexit

Could a Britain outside the EU survive economically and politically?

Phil Levy

Report

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The Brexit Could Be Bad News for ‘Game of Thrones’

The European Union helps fund production of HBO’s epic in Northern Ireland. If the U.K.…

David Francis

Dispatch

Venezuela’s Season of Starvation

Amid sky-high inflation, dangerous shortages, and political unrest, Nicolás Maduro’s regime is on the verge…

Peter Wilson

Copper

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Argument

When the Welfare State Met the Flat Tax

Milton Friedman and Bernie Sanders both agree on the need for a universal basic income,…

Samuel Hammond

Report

How Hillary Can Flip-Flop on Her Free Trade Flip-Flop

Politics motivated Clinton’s turn against Obama’s massive Pacific trade deal. Here’s how she can find her way back to supporting it.

David Francis

Argument

The Obama Administration Needs to Stand Strong on Iran Sanctions

Washington has already made unparalleled concessions to Tehran. And if President Obama has forgotten that…

Mark Dubowitz, Annie Fixler

Argument

The Obama Administration Needs to Double Down on the Iran Deal

If Washington doesn’t move to help get banks and business into Iran, the nuclear deal…

Tyler Cullis

The Cable

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Iran Says It Has a Deal With U.S.-Based Boeing To Fly Its Friendly Skies

The U.S. airline giant will enter a regulatory minefield as it tries to build business…

David Francis

Argument

No, Paris Will Never Be the New London

With Brexit looming, France, Germany, and other European financial centers are rolling out the red…

Ian Harris
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