If the government continues to pile up debt without necessary reforms, it will set its economy on the road to ruin.
Unwinding sanctions will be central to reviving the nuclear deal. If the Biden administration wants a lasting solution, it must involve Iran’s central bank governor.
Largely protected from furloughs and layoffs, public employees in Italy have become the scapegoat for an economic crisis that politicians must address.
Consumers will punish brands that rely on forced Uighur labor. While abandoning the Chinese market might hit profits, it will bolster reputations.
Some Republicans are taking steps toward Europe’s model of religiously inspired social assistance.
Forget U.S. sanctions over arms deals. Indian-Russian alignment is in Washington’s best interest.
Why the push to bring home manufacturing won’t work—and what Biden should do instead.
Supporting the middle class at home and reasserting leadership abroad may be mutually exclusive, especially in Asia.
The pandemic has discredited decades of free market orthodoxy—but not all visions of state interventionism are progressive.
The largest provider of urgently needed aid is up for a bigger budget, but some Democrats first want to remove its Trump-nominated head.
The president can corner China by bringing one of his predecessor’s foreign-policy initiatives to completion.
The African Continental Free Trade Area is already running up against the hard realities of the continent’s endemic trade barriers.
Even the best-intentioned cryptocurrencies can become scams.
Biden’s nominee to be U.S. trade representative is admired on both sides of the aisle, but she faces some of the toughest conditions ever when it comes to winning over the rest of the world.