Fears from Obama and the United Nations over a possible trade war, as a result of Trump's tariffs, reveals the real purpose of "trade" agreements.
The Trump administration has requested $828 million in the 2019 budget to build up the European Deterrence Initiative to deter Russian aggression and reinforce allies.
The United States is dropping bombs on foreign countries at a rate of one bomb every 12 minutes, rarely killing intended targets, yet the media take little notice.
Chatham House fellow Marianne Schneider-Petsinger wants Congress to stop the renewal of trade promotion authority (TPA) to end tariffs, but — unlike The John Birch Society — is silent on stopping NAFTA.
South Korea and the United States have agreed to delay their joint military exercise — a move seen by many as a concession to North Korea in exchange for denuclearization.
Trump sees the big picture: the unsustainable massive trade imbalance with the world weakens the United States.
Globalists would love to get the United States back onto the TPP bandwagon. But thus far a revised version of that bandwagon known at the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) has been plodding along without the participation of the Trump administration.
Meeting in Singapore, Trump and Kim Pledge Denuclearization of Korean Peninsula, but Concrete Guarantees Must WaitWritten by Warren Mass
At their summit in Singapore, President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed a joint statement pledging denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.