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Butterfly Effect: What America's Friends Love About Trump

America's major allies and partners want the next president — whoever it is — to continue with Trump's tough approach with China.

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Blinken Miss

It was a brief, four-year break from America’s traditional global role, and it’s now over: That’s the message from President-elect Joe Biden. He plans to appoint former senior...

December Date

It’s the pinprick the world’s been waiting for. The U.S., U.K. and Germany are all poised to start administering COVID-19 vaccines by next month, and Spain by January, though it’s...

Burning Rage

Protesters in Guatemala set the country’s Congress building on fire Sunday demanding a rollback of budget cuts, while demonstrators in Brazil continued rallying against the...

The Name is Bond …

... Bad bonds. China’s financial regulators are planning to shake and stir bond defaulters after recent instances of giant state-owned enterprises evading their dues. It’s not all...

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Butterfly Effect: What America's Friends Love About Trump

America's major allies and partners want the next president — whoever it is — to continue with Trump's tough approach with China.

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