Three Germans are running to replace Angela Merkel—but it's someone else who might end up with the most influence.
U.S. allies have already taken the initiative on regional issues. Insisting on a package deal could permanently derail nuclear talks.
Beijing filed its formal application to join the CPTPP.
The system doesn’t work, the currency crashed, and the public hates it.
A supposedly Orwellian system is fragmented, localized, and mostly targeted at businesses.
Lisbon’s macroeconomic model could show other small countries the path to recovery.
The legislation could also force a ruling on whether the military junta committed genocide against the Rohingya.
As many banks are forced to close, an informal network of money exchangers provides an indispensable service.
A month ago, the United Nations was pulling its staff out of Afghanistan. Now, it’s headed back in to avert a major humanitarian crisis.
When a scam falls apart, it collapses fast.
After 20 years of building up Afghanistan, can the United States really cut the country off now?