The European Union needs to defend its economic sovereignty from U.S. overreach. Creating its own agency for sanctions enforcement would be a start.
America created the postwar order by delaying immediate economic gratification. Those days are over.
Trump is right: Canada's protectionist food policies rip the world off.
In the run-up to the G-7 summit, Trump seemed to forget a key lesson from history.
Angering Europe, Canada, and Mexico makes it harder to build a common front against Beijing’s trade abuses.
There is only one way for vital Asian oil and gas resources to reach Europe without passing through Russia and Iran: through the narrow “Ganja Gap.”
The United States must foster free trade and economic growth in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, or the vicious cycle of violence will persist.
Citing national security concerns, the Trump administration could slap tariffs on autos from friends and allies. They’re not thrilled.
Europe and the United States have quarreled before. This time, it’s serious.
The economics of a major oil deal seemed to make sense. But when energy companies are arms of the state, economics aren't the only factor.
Trump's actions may ultimately weaken the strength of sanctions as a tool of U.S. statecraft.