Factory activity contracted in most Asian countries under the pressure of the trade war.
The Russia probe plunged Washington into turmoil.
It’s no exaggeration to conclude after reviewing the remarkable hardening of US policy toward China since late 2017 that this seminal change in US policy and its broad implications have been “made in Washington”.
US’s relationship with Afghan President appears at risk of permanent damage.
Last week, there were two significant events in Cambodia that may have slipped the attention of observers.
Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen on Friday met with Prime Minister Hun Sen at the Peace Palace, where he lauded last year’s national election as “free, just and non-violent” and a reflection of the will of Cambodian people.
If Seoul–Tokyo relations deteriorate further, it may provide an excuse for Washington to meddle more in the Korean peninsula issue and give it a reason to step up military presence.
Venezuela’s foreign ministry rejected on Monday several European countries’ decision to recognise opposition leader Juan Guaido as interim president.
China-US trade talks in Washington that ended brought the two countries closer. Washington and Beijing have engaged in constructive negotiations over the trade balance, technology transfer,
Ross predicts that China and the US could reach a trade deal that “we can live with”.
New Trump policies have all but halted Chinese investment in US technology startups.
A Cambodian living in Washington State has contacted CNE in a last ditch attempt to find the whereabouts of her father, whom the family haven’t seen since 1977.
The number of international tourists to Cuba so far this year has reached four million.
Prime Minister Hun Sen said in a letter to Washington state lawmakers that Cambodia will continue to assist the United States to recover the remains of its servicemen who went missing during the Vietnam War.
Italy’s new, populist government wants to increase borrowing over the next three years.
China’s exports surged more than expected in July despite fresh US duties.
Mexican negotiators are optimistic about the possibility of getting a Nafta deal.
Trump fires off a volley of tweets on allies.
Washington and Beijing have agreed to abandon any trade war.
Who will rule the world? It’s a subject that more and more becomes the conversation among Western politicians and policy makers – and its content darkens with every passing month.
French President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Washington.
A RFA spokesman in Washington undermines press freedom in the country.
North Korea rejects suggestions that sanctions forced it to the negotiating table.
The US upholds tariffs imposed last year on imports of Chinese aluminum foil.
Trump has vocally criticised an armed deputy who failed to intervene.
The White House says any talks with North Korea must lead to an end to its nuclear.
Beijing accuses Washington of “excessive protectionism” after targeting US imports.
Jerome Powell will take the reins of monetary policy starting today.
Members of the US Congress, who passed new sanctions on Russia last summer, criticised Trump for not imposing them.
Trump will meet with Netanyahu, Theresa May, and other world leaders when he attends the World Economic Forum.