Greece was long regarded as a winter resort for Germans and other Europeans, whose lavish lifestyles the locals observed with envy. When Greece cast aside the drachma to join the euro, Greeks dreamed it would allow them to live as the Germans did. ...
With the U.S. losing its appetite for superpower activism and no one ready to fill the void, expect plenty of global instability, warns Ian Bremmer.
The bursting of China's stock market bubble may have the positive effect of deflating the country's geopolitical ego, writes Minxin Pei.
The time has come to finally conclude negotiations over the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. The U.S. Congress has at last passed a bill granting President Barack Obama trade promotion authority, also known as fast track, which is se...