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Juncker Defends Draghi & Co. After Trump Central-Bank Attacks

Juncker Defends Draghi & Co. After Trump Central-Bank Attacks

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker leapt to the defense of European Central Bank President Mario Draghi a day after the latest salvo of criticism from the U.S. administration.
MH17 Investigators Charge Four Over 2014 Downing of Airliner

MH17 Investigators Charge Four Over 2014 Downing of Airliner

The international team investigating the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine leveled murder charges against three Russians and a Ukrainian that it said were responsible
Japan’s Exports Slump, Hopes Turn to Trump-Xi

Japan’s Exports Slump, Hopes Turn to Trump-Xi

The stage for next week’s Trump-Xi trade war summit is also the scene of mounting casualties.
Trump’s Critics Wary Even as They Agree Iran Is at Fault in Attacks

Trump’s Critics Wary Even as They Agree Iran Is at Fault in Attacks

From Democratic lawmakers in Washington to Germany’s chancellor, skeptics of Donald Trump’s foreign policy are starting to agree the evidence is strong that Iran was behind attacks on two tankers in
Jilted by Trump, Xi and Kim Seek Upper Hand Before G-20 Summit

Jilted by Trump, Xi and Kim Seek Upper Hand Before G-20 Summit

Both China’s Xi Jinping and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un have suffered from President Donald Trump’s penchant for walking away from talks. Now, he’ll have to worry about what they tell each other behind
Tory Leadership Rivals Look Like an `Uninspiring Boy Band': Teneo

Tory Leadership Rivals Look Like an `Uninspiring Boy Band': Teneo

Wolfango Piccoli, co-president at Teneo Intelligence, discusses the candidates vying to replace Theresa May as U.K. Prime Minister. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
Gen. Kelly Says Chief of Staff Job Was 'Not Very Enjoyable'

Gen. Kelly Says Chief of Staff Job Was 'Not Very Enjoyable'

John Kelly talks about his time in the Oval Office working as President Trump's chief of staff. Kelly spoke in an exclusive conversation with David Rubenstein for an episode of “The David Rubenstein
Gen. Kelly Says Experts Wanted More Wall at the Border

Gen. Kelly Says Experts Wanted More Wall at the Border

Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly says he spoke to experts at the southern border about how to build the best border wall. Kelly spoke in an exclusive conversation with David Rubenstein for
Gen. Kelly Says He Would Have Handled Travel Ban Differently

Gen. Kelly Says He Would Have Handled Travel Ban Differently

Former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly says he would have handled President Donald Trump's travel ban differently had he been in charge. Kelly spoke in an exclusive conversation with David
The David Rubenstein Show: John Kelly

The David Rubenstein Show: John Kelly

David Rubenstein sits down with former White House Chief of Staff General John Kelly for a conversation about working with President Donald Trump, his military career and his views on immigration and
Trade Deals Risk a Short Shelf Life Under Trump

Trade Deals Risk a Short Shelf Life Under Trump

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Huawei Iran-Sanctions Evidence Deemed Too Risky for China to See

Huawei Iran-Sanctions Evidence Deemed Too Risky for China to See

Some evidence used to charge Huawei Technologies Co. with bank fraud and violating U.S. sanctions on Iran was deemed so sensitive that the Chinese telecom giant’s lawyers must now take unusual steps
Trans Mountain Approval Sharpens Indigenous Canadian Divide

Trans Mountain Approval Sharpens Indigenous Canadian Divide

The approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has sharpened divisions between Canada’s indigenous communities, with some fiercely opposing the line and others seeking to own it.
Hong Kong Police Tactics Under Fire as Legislature Resumes

Hong Kong Police Tactics Under Fire as Legislature Resumes

Opposition lawmakers pressed Hong Kong’s security chief on whether police had used excessive force on protesters last Wednesday outside the city’s legislature, as tactics used by officers during a
Romania Readies $474 Million 5G Auction, With No Huawei Ban

Romania Readies $474 Million 5G Auction, With No Huawei Ban

Romania plans to start selling the frequency spectrum needed for 5G wireless networks in the fourth quarter of this year, in an auction that may yield about 2 billion lei ($474 million) in state
Rouhani Says Changes to Nuclear Program 'Minimum' Iran Could Do

Rouhani Says Changes to Nuclear Program 'Minimum' Iran Could Do

President Hassan Rouhani said Iran’s decision to end its compliance with some measures within the nuclear deal were the “minimum” that the Islamic Republic could do in response to the U.S. violating
Central America Encourages Migrants to Leave—And Then Rakes in U.S. Dollars

Central America Encourages Migrants to Leave—And Then Rakes in U.S. Dollars

The three Northern Triangle nations have done little to provide for the poor.
Turkey Is Wrong to Believe It Can Make a Deal With Trump: Teneo

Turkey Is Wrong to Believe It Can Make a Deal With Trump: Teneo

The Trump administration is weighing three sanctions packages to punish Turkey over its purchases of the Russian S-400 missile-defense system, according to people familiar with the matter. Wolfango
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Has a Coming-Out Party

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Has a Coming-Out Party

The mainstream business lobby is helping train its members how to address LGBTQ issues.