Harming merit-based pay, flexible work arrangements,
Europe's century of upheaval—and the revolutions in the middle of them—offer insights into the post–Arab Spring world.
Beijing's participation in the landmark Asian trade talks would be good for America.
The immediate economic benefits of the big trade deal are limited for the US. It's an investment, not a payout.
Its impact on the labor market, especially for less-skilled workers, will be baleful.
America needs to get serious about trade with Europe.
Russia's energy resources are almost more of a weakness than a strength.
They're banned—sort of. Letting them happen would be good—sort of.
History suggests having lots of a commodity—like Russia—doesn't translate into easy geopolitical leverage.
Russia has demonstrated that natural gas is an unwieldy and largely ineffective weapon.