From manufacturing to trade, the negative impact of Trump’s tariffs is becoming quite apparent.
The past week has demonstrated more notably than any other that this President is not well.
The Trump Administration is set to raise tariffs on more products from Europe, including Scotch Whisky and other alcoholic beverages as well as food products and other items.
President Trump’s tariffs are having a noticeable, and negative, impact on global economies. The President doesn’t seem to care.
The European Union has approved the final Brexit deal negotiated with Theresa May’s government, but the final chapter has yet to be written.
After nearly a year, Trump’s trade policies are having their inevitable negative impact inside the United States.
President Trump is set to expand his ill-advised, economically ignorant, trade war with China.
There’s no real plan and nobody appears to know what waits on the other side, but the United Kingdom continues to meander towards Brexit.
President Trump is alienating our allies and making friends with dictators, and the world is responding as you might expect they would.
President Trump appears to be ready to expand his ignorant, counterproductive trade war with China.
The President is apparently getting ready to take yet another ill-advised step in his ill-advised, economically illiterate trade war.
The ill-advised move is sure to raise costs for businesses and consumers and roil global stock markets.
Donald Trump continues to do something that Russian and Soviet leaders likely only thought possible in their wildest dreams, drive a wedge between the United States and its NATO allies.
Donald Trump’s approach to international trade has nothing to with economics and everything to do with politics and the culture war he loves to provoke.
President Trump is setting off another trade war, this time with some of America’s closest and most important allies.
The chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors is out after failing to convince the boss not to impose tariffs.
Shots fired: European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker threatens to fight back if President Trump imposes tariffs on steel and aluminum.
President Trump has announced that he’ll be imposing significant tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. This is an unwise decision.
President Trump has alienated America’s allies and friends, and they are acting accordingly.
Donald Trump is threatening to shut the government down if Congress doesn’t pay for the wall that Mexico was supposed to pay for.
Donald Trump’s first overseas trip went about as badly as you’d expect it would.
China adds to its status as the honey badger of intellectual property law.
A big change in an important nation in the most volatile part of the world.
The sixth year of a presidency leads to some predictable commentary (and some comparative notes).
My first piece for The Hill, “Crimea is not Armageddon,” posted this morning.
Former Utah governor and ambassador to China Jon Huntsman succeeds Chuck Hagel.
Robert Kagan warns of “a changing world order.” But he’s grasping at rather thin straws.
The Weekly Standard is proud that Mitt Romney’s intentionally false Jeep ad was technically true.
American politicians are using China as a scapegoat for America’s problems.
Mitt Romney called Russia our “number one geopolitical foe.” Is he right?
My latest for The Atlantic: “Some Reasons Not to Worry About Republican Foreign Policy Craziness”
Huntsman will gain little if any traction and none of the frontrunners really helped or hurt themselves.
European subsidies have given Airbus a competitive advantage over America’s Boeing in commercial aircraft salesboein. The reverse is true on military aircraft.
Did you know that the iPhone is made in China for a mere $6.50? It’s false but true!
There isn’t much doubt that China is manipulating its currency for competitive advantage. What can be done about it?
A lot stands in the way of returning to pre-collapse employment levels in the USA.