Putin cares as little about Russia as Trump does about America. They only care about making the world safe for the super-rich.
Will Trump have a similarly devastating effect on democracies that Gorbachev had on Communism?
Is the new US President really trying to resolve the competitiveness challenge by relying on outdated 1960s style, Brazilian economic concepts?
In a curious role reversal, it was a Japanese Prime Minister who stole the march on Trump and his anti-globalism chants.
The reemergence of US’s erstwhile counterpart from the bipolar world order is an uncomfortable reminder that the presumed age of American hegemony is history.
The U.S. government under Trump may be on the verge of returning to the old policy of transaction-based support of autocratic regimes in the Middle East.
Will the tangled finances of vastly wealthy leaders of the US administration become a possible cause for corruption concerns?
Trump is of two minds on the whether he really wants to pursue sound economic policies or follow his instincts as a real estate developer.
A national direct elections compact concluded by the major states is the only way to ensure that future U.S. Presidents will have been elected by a plurality of Americans.