Beijing’s belligerence is driving New Delhi closer toward Washington—but with strings attached.
Fortunately for supporters of aggressive action on global emissions, Trump has demonstrated a highly effective way to circumvent the legislative process.
Tucked into the sprawling defense authorization bill are measures to create a corporate ownership registry, which would plug one of America’s glaring gaps.
Lockdowns and outbreaks have hit the poor hard—and governments worldwide are struggling.
Somalia usually sells millions of animals to Saudi Arabia to feed pilgrims. This year, it has nowhere to send its goats.
America needs a cooperative global economy to dig itself out of the downturn. That will require deft economic diplomacy, not bluster and bullying.
Not even a Biden victory would heal the wounds in the U.S.-EU relationship.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, politicians are calling for a rethinking of global supply chains. If they are serious, they’ll need to proceed carefully.
The U.S. secretary of state is raising the temperature with China to force decoupling.
The COVID-19 catastrophe is shrinking remittances from the United States and creating a looming humanitarian disaster.
The Lebanese economy is collapsing, and the risk of conflict is rising—but Washington has failed to grasp why Iranian influence is spreading or the measures needed to stop it.
The future has rarely seemed bleaker for free-market democracy—but small changes can bring it roaring back.