Tokyo’s temper tantrum over history is mostly hurting itself.
Officially, Japan has “national security” concerns about technology exports to South Korea. Unofficially, World War II still casts an ugly shadow.
Republicans and Democrats have every reason to compromise and ratify the agreement.
Germans welcomed an unprecedented number of Middle Easterners into their country—but not always into their workplaces.
After months of rumors, the finance minister bitterly parts ways with the leftist president.
As large colonial-era tea plantations crumble, family-owned plots are trying to take their place and save the industry.
Kushner’s plan aims to divide Palestinians from their leaders but fails to recognize that the people already resent their corrupt leadership—while failing to place any similar pressure on an Israeli prime minister under indictment.
Globalization is alive and well. It’s just the United States sitting on the sidelines.
China and the United States signal another truce in the trade war, but existing tariffs--and seemingly irreconcilable demands--still remain.
Plus: Iran's continuing war of words, Hong Kong activists eye G20 summit, and the other stories we’re following today.
A recent article warned that the country faced imminent economic collapse. A careful reading of the economic data shows that reforms have placed it on a path to growth.
Libra is an ideological project, not a practical one.