In negotiations with Beijing over a new investment treaty, Brussels has asserted its autonomy from Washington. A human rights focus could repair the transatlantic rift.
And how Biden can use economic theory to stave off more riots.
The dollar is dead. Long live the dollar.
John Kenneth Galbraith was an intellectual celebrity 50 years ago—and it would be a mistake to ignore him today.
A look at Swiss politics shows that Euroskepticism is in the United Kingdom to stay.
The world doesn’t have to put up with Beijing’s attempts at economic coercion.
Turkey took its expansionist vision to new heights in 2020—but with a battered economy, growing opposition, and now U.S. sanctions, it’s not clear how long that can continue.
If the U.S. president-elect is serious about restoring the rule of law and democracy, he needs to first tackle the global menace of graft.
Rust Belts exist around the world, and integrating them into the larger trans-Atlantic community is key to political stability.
Despite reports of a major Chinese-Iranian trade deal, Beijing won’t jeopardize the possibility of better relations with Washington in order to cozy up to Tehran.
If Brussels folds, it will mark the end of the last, best hope for stopping a race to the bottom.