Global risks–including Chinese overcapacity–have increased, but government intervention should seek to minimize trade-offs.
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Against a backdrop of widespread violence, a record number of voters will look to elect Mexico’s first woman president in a ...
In his inaugural address, Taiwan’s new president Lai Ching-te signaled broad continuity on cross-strait issues. China, ...
A potential second Trump administration would upend Southeast Asia’s preferred strategy of hedging between the United States ...
The latest episode o f The President’s Inbox is live! This week, Jim sat down with David E. Sanger, White House and National ...
A proposed Japanese takeover of U.S. Steel is facing domestic political pushback that could challenge Biden administration ...
Recurrent deadly encounters between soldiers and civilians across West Africa offer an instructive glimpse into the state of ...
China's third plenum will likely emphasize manufacturing as a tool to remedy domestic economic problems, which may run the ...
A clumsy coup d’état attempt in the Democratic Republic of Congo reveals the underlying fragility of U.S.-DRC relations.
Russia’s early setbacks in its invasion of Ukraine could have foreclosed on some of President Vladimir Putin’s sweeping war ...
Long-time readers of The Water’s Edge know that for a dozen Memorial Days now I have told the stories of service members who ...