Vivek Ramaswamy’s views on Israel are shaped by two competing influences on his politics: libertarianism and national conservatism.
North and South America are a combined supercontinent anchored by the United States, a superpower whose internal direction and external outlook are under question. Identity politics, migration, and great power competition are shaking up the status quo and challenging once-dominant forces.
Vivek Ramaswamy is rising in part because he’s simply telling the Republican Party’s conspiracy-loving base what it wants to hear.
The lack of action by countries in the Americas could increase the risk of Haiti transitioning from a fragile state to a failed one.
Loud calls to replace the U.S. dollar appeal more to local domestic constituencies than to international financial actors.
A Vivek Ramaswamy foreign policy would undermine fundamental U.S. alliances and reward non-allies like India and Russia.
In the past 15 years, Ecuador has developed into a major logistical hub for international criminal organizations.
Paraguay’s President-elect Santiago Pena will not accept conditions that alter his country’s recognition of Taiwan — for now.
Donald Trump has a 45-point advantage over DeSantis among Hispanic Republicans, who are more likely to support him than any other racial and ethnic group.
Fitch’s downgrading of the U.S. credit rating reflects the real deterioration of America’s fiscal standing as well as its ability to safeguard it.
The UAW wants Ford, GM, and Stellantis to pay union-level wages and benefits at all joint-venture-operated EV battery plants in the U.S.