The Bush administration’s misadventures after 9/11 led to a divided and weakened America and a more powerful China.
Travelers looking for a summer escape are facing long check-in lines, lost luggage, and cancelled flights.
Refining capacity shortfalls will probably keep gas prices elevated for the forseeable future.
Central banks are raising interest rates to combat inflation. But if they push too hard or fast, they could trigger a recession.
Energy independence is an evolving political aim, not an immutable desired end state.
Record high gas prices under Biden are taking a toll on the pocketbooks of Americans.
The Russia-Ukraine war could trigger food shortages and drive up food inflation in import-dependent countries.
The rallies have now broadened to encompass more political demands.
As the world’s most developed countries craft a new narrative that more strongly links aid to climate change and humanitarian crises, African countries can tip the balance in their favor.
Poor countries know the risk of being punished by existing creditors, prospective investors, and rating agencies if they seek a debt moratorium.