Snap Poll: What Experts Make of Trump’s Foreign Policy
International relations scholars evaluate two years of U.S. foreign policy.
One Belt, One Road, One Big Mistake
China’s signature foreign-policy project is a failure that the U.S. shouldn’t copy.
How Europe Could Blunt U.S. Iran Sanctions Without Washington Lifting A Finger
If the EU gives its special purpose vehicle for Iran trade a humanitarian focus, the Trump administration won’t be able to stop it without trampling longstanding U.S. exemptions.
Trump and Xi Park Trade War—For Now
But the U.S. president raises new uncertainties over the fate of the trade deal with Mexico and Canada.
The Pieces Are in Place for a Grand Bargain With China
Trade war is hurting everyone, but it has a geopolitical solution.
Xi and Trump Should Swallow Their Pride and Join the TPP
Joining the trade pact would force both sides to make much-needed changes.
China Is in Denial on Trade
With few good options for responding to a trade war, Xi is banking on simply outlasting Trump.
Will the Tories Sacrifice Theresa May to Survive?
Britain’s prime minister is fighting a three-front battle to save her Brexit deal. Most of the party claims to support her, but the prospect of losing power to Jeremy Corbyn might motivate Conservatives to replace their leader.
The Trade War Inside the Democratic Party
They've won the House, but can Democrats find a common front against Trump’s trade policy?
There’s No Plan B for Port Security
Privatization and automation have left global shipping fatally exposed.
U.S. to Allow Some Iranian Oil Sales—For Now
With sanctions kicking in Monday, the administration still aims for zero oil exports from Iran but wants to avoid spiking price of crude.
Two Eurocrats and Their Trans-Atlantic Quest to Woo Idaho
Ambassadors try to understand more about Trump’s America by seeing it for themselves.
A Cold War Is Coming, and It Isn’t China’s Fault
Why Washington should stop treating Beijing like an adversary.
Vietnam Is Winning the U.S.-China Trade War
As Beijing loses business, Hanoi's picking up the pieces.
A Second Vote on Brexit Won’t Enhance Democracy. It Will Undermine It.
The elitist proponents of a “people’s vote” don’t care about the popular will. They only care about getting the outcome they want.
The Trade War Has Claimed Its First Victim
Tariffs from the United States, Canada, China, Mexico, and the EU may have damaged the WTO beyond repair.
China’s Dangerous Dollar Addiction
China pays for raw materials in greenbacks, but Trump’s trade war could soon dwindle its dollar reserves.
The Democratic Unionist Party Isn’t Bluffing on Brexit. It’s Being ‘Thran.’
The small Northern Irish party that props up the British government has a history of belligerence and brinkmanship. But ultimately it will blink.
Trump’s Latest China Salvo Could Hurt U.S. Nuke Industry
Administration says Beijing is diverting U.S. nuclear technology for military use.