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Rick Fisher on Taiwan’s Tsai’s Re-election: A Rebuke to Beijing, Boost for Freedom Against Communists
Rick Fisher, a senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center, described Taiwan's "landslide" re-election of President Tsai Ing-wen as a victory for freedom around the world
Chamber of Commerce Head Urges Congress to Step Up on Privacy, Labor
The leader of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said the powerful business group will fight to reverse liberal policies being pushed in the states and by some Democratic candidates for president.
Boris Johnson, Ursula Von Der Leyen Set Out Rival Red Lines for Post-Brexit
Boris Johnson and Ursula von der Leyen set out rival red lines for their visions of a post-Brexit deal in the first clash of a negotiation set to be thornier than the fraught talks to secure Britain’s
White House: Trump’s Economic Boom Benefiting Working Class Most
Blue-collar and working class Americans are seeing the "biggest gains" within Donald Trump's econony, said WH spokesperson Adam Kennedy,
U.S. Steel to Lay Off More than 1500 American Workers, Idle Michigan Plant
U.S. Steel announced that more than 1,500 American workers will be laid off as the company plans to effectively idle a plant near Detroit, Michigan.
Steve Scalise: Democrat Candidates Hold 63 Million Trump Voters in Contempt
Democrat presidential candidates hold 63 million Americans who voted for President Donald Trump in contempt, said Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA).
Wakanda Was Listed as a USDA Free Trade Partner, But It Didn't Last Forever (No Really, That Happened)
You know how Chadwick Boseman is visibly tired of doing the “Wakanda Forever” salute during press tours? Imagine if he had to do that in real life as the Wakanda ambassador for the sake of
How the USMCA sets the stage for the future of trade
The key to a successful free trade deal? Less free trade.
'Celebrate Boris!' – Trump Hails UK Election Result, 'Massive New Trade Deal After Brexit'
U.S. President Donald Trump has hailed Prime Minister Boris Johnson "great WIN!" in Britain's general election, anticipating a British-American free trade agreement which will put Britain's commercial
From Online Shoppers to Dairy Farmers, the New Nafta Will Leave Winners and Losers in Its Wake
The overall benefit to U.S. GDP is small: a 0.35% increase in the agreement’s sixth year. But like all trade deals, this one creates winners and losers.
U.S. Farmers Back Trump: Federal Aid Has 'Been a Godsend' in Trade War
American farmers are backing President Trump in the United States' trade war with China, calling the president's billions in federal aid to farmers "a godsend."
Key Mexican Officials to Meet Sunday Afternoon on USMCA Proposal
Members of Mexico’s Senate will meet key negotiators Sunday afternoon to deliberate on the latest version of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada free-trade agreement, said Majority Leader Ricardo Monreal.
SNOBELEN: Brian Mulroney left legacy of world-leading environmental initiatives
When the weather gets weird it’s always wise to check out what the oldest farmer in the county is doing. Old farmers have probably seen it all before. What is true for farming is also true for
Bolsonaro Expands ‘Free Trade’ with China, Threatening Brazilian Industry
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro met with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the BRICS regional summit in Brasilia on Wednesday to discuss increased trade between the two countries. Some analysts
‘Significant’ Progress Made on Asia Trade Deal: Asean Update
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the Trump administration remained “fully committed” to the Indo-Pacific, amid questions over U.S. strategy in the region fueled by the president’s absence from a
Ross Optimistic on China Deal, Trump Wants It Signed in U.S.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross expressed optimism the U.S. would reach a “Phase One” trade deal with China this month and said licenses would be coming “very shortly” for American companies to sell
Josh Hawley: Bush's Globalist ‘New World Order’ Has Made the Elites Rich, Eroded ‘Middle Class Way of Life’
President George H.W. Bush's plan for a "New World Order" with global integration of the United States' economy has made the ruling class richer while eroding "the middle class way of life" in
Nigeria Border Closure Aimed at Curbing Weapons, Drugs: Minister
Nigeria’s decision to close its borders is aimed at preventing weapons and drugs from entering the country and not just to stop food smuggling, Finance Minister Zainab Ahmed said.
Rob Spalding: China Silenced Its Critics by Buying Off America’s Elites
China procures political compliance among American elites through development of financial relationships, explained Robert Spalding.
Why Trudeau’s Stumbles Point to Gridlock for Canada
In a tight Canadian election that will be remembered for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s self-inflicted wounds, one thing that seems clear is that neither of the two main parties is poised to win