The rest of the world may not particularly like the U.S. president’s bluster, but playing to his ego is a pretty good strategy.
Mexico and Canada now have an alternative to trade with the United States, giving them more leverage in contentious NAFTA talks.
Mexico and U.S. trade groups find common ground in defending NAFTA.
The president claims the decision is his to make. Lawmakers and legal scholars aren’t so sure.
International sanctions can't compete against the ingenuity of North Korean entrepreneurs.
Timing, Brits. Timing.
Canada and Mexico want to modernize the trade agreement. But the White House is heading in the opposite direction.
But Trump’s pick to run the bank wants it killed dead.
“We will have changes in trade policy,” Robert Lighthizer promised.
Mischaracterizations, bad math, and outright falsehoods are imperiling the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal — and endangering hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
Withdrawal from KORUS would be a self-inflicted wound.
Everyone is looking for a better deal.