Stop subsidizing debt. Start paying attention.
The current tax code encourages firms to buy their own shares, and that’s bad for growth.
Bad statistics are costing British taxpayers $1.3 billion a year.
Declaring a bogus emergency to overrule Congress on public spending is an affront to the Constitution.
A measured proposal will support crucial technology and U.S. businesses.
This relationship can’t be saved, but others can learn from the split.
Carving out areas of American technology that are off-limits to China requires a scalpel, not a chainsaw.
Outdated assumptions hold the institution back. A leadership shift should spark a debate about its future.
Too many have gone missing, or worse. Congress must take action.
The backlash against the Siemens-Alstom ruling threatens the EU’s biggest strength.
It’s time leaders of the Islamic Republic looked for ways to rejoin the world.
All you need to do is adopt one small habit.
The longer President Nicolas Maduro remains in office, the greater the risk of civil war and geopolitical conflict.
The U.S. has a choice: forge a new INF deal with Russia, or face a global arms race.
For this president, that’s quite something.
Get the details right, and it would do a world of good.
The U.S. is right to pursue peace in Afghanistan, but not at any price.
A 2,000-mile barrier would be a bad investment. But why not fund security measures that work?
First order of business: Build a veto-proof majority to keep the government running.
A win for “continental champions” would be a loss for millions of consumers.