Trump’s tweet-based badgering of the Saudis to increase production will not ease pressures resting on the global oil market. High time to do a reality check.
Far from being a unique phenomenon, Trump actually shares striking characteristics with a host of historical figures.
The Leavers’ hopes for a bilateral trade deal with the United States always seemed very iffy. After Trump’s UK visit, they are now wholly unrealistic.
It isn’t just about Angela Merkel or Trump’s general misogyny. The current U.S. President’s negative attitude toward Germany is rooted in his grandfather’s murky personal biography.
What Europe earns by selling goods to the U.S., it spends on licensing fees for U.S. technology and on U.S. services. Nothing unfair here.
The German government should not need any exhortations from the U.S. President to raise its level of defense spending.
The Binyamin and Donald show threatens to undermine, perhaps irredeemably, the institutions of democracy in Israel and the United States.
As China’s example shows, a country needs to invest in its future prosperity. Tariffs and tax cuts are no way to get there.
Major U.S. companies cannot be happy about the effects that President Trump’s trade war with China will have on their business fortunes.