In Britain, President Trump attacked his usual target CNN and, less predictably, The Sun, calling the London tabloid’s interview with him “fake news.”
Chinese companies are steering less money into its Belt and Road Initiative, as top officials ask whether borrowers will be able to repay loans.
European tariffs, which are set to go into effect at midnight in Brussels, add another front to a trade war that has engulfed allies and adversaries around the world.
Immigrants have often delivered economic benefits to the countries taking them in, but they have also shaken the prevailing order and upended the politics of the industrialized world — where the native-born often exaggerate their numbers and their needs.
The Chinese telecom giant fears U.S. skepticism over the security of its products will spread to countries that have long been dependable customers.
As President Trump intensifies trade hostilities, the potential for conflict has begun to disrupt business, sowing worries about global economic growth.
New American tariffs on imported metals from the E.U., Canada and Mexico have already prompted aggressive retaliation around the globe.
The Trump administration, two weeks after it withrdrew from an international arms control deal that curbed Iran’s nuclear ambitions, called Monday for a new global coalition to force the Islamic Republic to capitulate to a long list of political and military demands. In his first major policy address,...