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A narrow focus on trade conflicts and less engagement in regional trade and investment efforts may impact the United States in the long run, experts say.
Wharton's Mauro Guillen and the Transatlantic Academy's Stephen Szabo discuss the state of U.S.-E.U. relations in light of recent comments by Donald Trump and Angela Merkel.
As China seeks to draw countries closer to it with the "One Belt, One Road" initiative, the U.S. must find ways to be better engaged in Asia, both economically and[…]
The CBO's report is in about the potential impacts of the American Health Care Act -- here's how the findings could impact Senate Republicans' version of the effort to repeal[…]
For many critics of U.S. health care, Canada's single-payer system has long been viewed as an alternative, superior model. Could a similar system work in the U.S.?
U.S.-China relations had a rough start this year. Then relations became more affable. Can the need to cooperate overcome the risks of confrontation?
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro’s attempts to consolidate political power amid economic misery are taking a huge toll, according to two Penn experts.
Two experts discuss the challenges ahead for new South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
Emmanuel Macron’s En Marche! party is a political startup that used digital tools to take down France’s dominant duopoly, notes this opinion piece.
In this op-ed, Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett writes that while pro-EU parties have gained ground, it is too soon to celebrate the end of populism.
Americans are flocking to major cities, leading to an urban revival. But the shift also brings challenges, according to a new book.