Both political parties are demonizing the world trade body, but many experts warn that such a move could seriously set back U.S. power and prestige.
A step-by-step reconstruction of events reveals a long series of mistakes and missteps.
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With its new security law, China risks massive economic and political consequences. Xi’s lack of concern should worry democratic nations everywhere.
While some Central and Eastern European governments have taken pro-Beijing positions, their considerations are far more domestic than international.
The country’s worst mass shooting in decades shows that U.S.-sourced weapons still pose a problem, even if Trudeau tightens regulations.
Lockdowns and an easy supply of weapons have been a fatal combination for Mexican women.
The Trump administration says manufacturing jobs are coming home. The facts tell another story.
Decentralizing decision-making can help left-behind regions get back on track.
Boris Johnson has contradictory ideas for his country’s future—and no clear paths for getting there.
His much-touted trade victory has crashed and burned with the coronavirus pandemic.
Beijing is rapidly becoming the dominant player in an industry vital to defense and technology companies. If the United States and Europe aren’t careful, they will become dependent.
The peace process died of natural causes. Washington’s most extraordinary alliance should too.
A massacre in an Afghan maternity ward, a typhoon’s torrential rains in the Philippines, and a return—for some—to the classroom.