In the age of Trump, the rest of the world now stands alone.
Uber’s new CEO presents a kinder, gentler face of his company. But don’t be fooled. The business model hasn’t changed.
The EU is not a mono-directional train headed toward “ever closer union.” An “ever better union” with a clear focus on the principle of subsidiarity might be more like it.
A controlled unwinding of the euro might offer material economic benefits to many members of the Eurozone.
A steep decline from one of the biggest spenders after several bumpy years in global politics.
France and Germany will be very flexible in their response to Italian demands, irrespective of the official rhetoric from Berlin and Paris.
Donald Trump’s foreign policy of humiliation is liable to have dire consequences, not least for the interests of the U.S. itself.
The Trump version of the United States has relinquished its leadership. It is Europe’s responsibility to step in.
The most pivotal insight for the post-American world order is that the pursuit of economic self-interest and self-preservation go hand in hand, whether at the national, regional or global level.