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Why doesn’t the US just send Anne Sacoolas back to the...

David Banks, American University School of International Service The U.S. and U.K. are engaged in an international dispute about the right to diplomatic immunity. On August...

How immigrants give American companies a powerful boost against Chinese rivals

Benjamin A.T. Graham, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences The ongoing trade war is the most visible front in...

No, Americans shouldn’t fear traveling abroad

Jay L. Zagorsky, Boston University As summer travel season begins, friends and relatives have asked me if it’s safe to travel outside the U.S. I understand...

China-US trade war heats up: 3 reasons it won’t cool down...

Greg Wright, University of California, Merced The truce in the U.S.-China trade war is in tatters. China said on May 13 that it will impose new...

War games shed light on real-world strategies

David Banks, American University School of International Service Want to try your hand at negotiating during a crisis? Think you have a plan that could...

Could a recession be just around the corner?

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology The U.S. economy is growing at the fastest pace in five years, American companies are earning record profits...

Why trade deficits aren’t so bad

William D. Lastrapes, University of Georgia Most Americans seem to think international trade deficits are a bad thing. A March poll, for example, showed that...

It’s a turbulent world. Stop stressing and adapt

Alasdair S. Roberts, University of Massachusetts Amherst The American people have been roughed up over the last decade. A sense of vulnerability and danger tinges...

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What about your carbon pawprint?

By Guy Pearse, The University of Queensland People around the world are worrying about their carbon footprint. But what about their furry friends' carbon pawprints? Consider...