Some financial analysts warned that if trade talks between the countries collapse—and tariffs remain high—the global economy could move toward recession.
International trade isn’t the problem—it’s Republican trade policies that have empowered corporations while leaving American workers behind.
The U.S. ban of Huawei escalates the trade war with China, government and opposition representatives for Venezuela return to the negotiating table, and U.S. lawmakers fear skewed intelligence on Iran.
Mike Pompeo meets his counterpart in Russia, violence flares as the military and protesters hash out a transitional government in Sudan, and the U.S.-China trade war rumbles on.
There aren’t enough jobs to go around, but as the ongoing election has made clear, neither party is ready to tackle the problem.
Iran responds to U.S. military presence in the Gulf, China and the United States reach a deadlock in the trade war, and what to watch in the world this week.
Why China isn’t turning nationalism up to 11—yet.
Trump’s trade war won’t put Washington on strong footing to compete with Beijing.
With Saudi Aramco’s bid for a stake in Reliance Industries, the oil giant is looking to establish a permanent foothold in the South Asian country.
Economist Patrick Chovanec says it could still work, but the president could play a much better hand by bringing in U.S. allies.
Panama’s strategic and symbolic importance place it at the heart of growing trade tensions.