US unilateralism is stitching stronger ties between the nation’s major trading partners, particularly the European Union and China, as they seek to defend and reform the multilateral trading system
The US-China trade conflict may reshape the global supply chain, involving production and investment around the world. The fallout is likely to affect everyone
On June 12, the world witnessed a great moment as the first-ever summit between a sitting American president and a North Korean leader was finally held in Singapore, after decades of hostility.
The encounter between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Singapore created history, but actual progress on the nuclear issue remains shrouded in mystery
The vagueness of the joint statement out of the Trump-Kim summit may help to maintain momentum, but details are needed to maintain credibility
Seoul and Pyongyang have their own ideas about common prosperity. As both sides wish for more economic cooperation, it is unclear how this might take shape