One of the enduring legacies of the Trump presidency might be how allies and enemies alike came together to dismantle the US monopoly on global financial transactions.
While the United States looks inward, former allies and economic partners are increasingly looking elsewhere.
For all the vicious debate, people may be surprised to learn that a US-Mexico border wall already exists.
China’s response to the Trump tariffs was both swift and finely tuned to inflict maximum political damage on the president and his Republican allies in Congress.
The opening volleys have been fired in the long awaited US-China trade war.
Trump has installed a kindred spirit at the top of the State Department. The move can be expected to reverberate throughout US foreign policy, notably in the administration’s approach to Iran.
What twists and turns can we expect from the Trump show in 2018?
Following through with one of his campaign promises, President Trump has bucked decades of US policy by recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The first charges in Mueller’s Russia probe are unlikely to put a real dent in President Trump’s popularity ratings, let alone lead to impeachment proceedings.
The geopolitical world order is being remade under President Trump, but not necessarily in the way he intends. This series takes a region-by-region look at US foreign policy and asks: What does the decline of US power and influence mean for the world?