Are we heading for a global trade war? Possibly.
Anywhere in the world is an uncomfortable place from which to watch Donald Trump threaten global prosperity and peace. But Germany, given its destruction and renaissance over the past 75 years, is a more distressing place than most.
As New Zealand kicks off a new dairy season, a leading dairy brokerage is feeling bearish about the outlook as concerns mount about the impact of US President Donald Trump’s trade war, resulting in tit-for-tat tariffs that are likely to hike costs and dampen demand.
Today's creeping pall of fascism is not a symptom of democracy’s death, but a midlife crisis, Cambridge politics professor David Runciman tells Thomas Coughlan
A former top US diplomat foresees global trade tensions escalating this week as US President Donald Trump imposes the first of many threatened tariffs on China.
8 things that mattered this week
In today's email we note the release of the first report from the Tax Working Group, and covered the latest news in the political economy.
In today's email we look into what yesterday's PREFU means for the rest of the election campaign.
1. Steel dumping claim dumped
In today's email we look into the launch of the new Social Investment Agency.