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U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Twitter on Oct. 14 that he would soon issue an executive order imposing sanctions on current and former Turkish government officials, increasing steel tariffs to 50 percent, and ceasing negotiations on a new trade deal with Turkey in response to Ankara's offensive in northeastern Syria.
Mexico's government can never kill or capture enough cartel bosses to stem the country's breathtaking levels of violence. If it truly gets tough on corruption and earns locals' trust, though, it could begin to make some headway.
U.S. President Donald Trump said via Twitter on Sept. 14 that he was exploring a mutual defense treaty with Israel and that talks could begin after the country held its parliamentary elections on Sept. 17.
The U.S. House of Representatives' Foreign Affairs Committee has issued a subpoena to Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation, to testify on the sudden breakdown of peace talks between the United States and the Taliban, Voice of America reported Sept. 12.
The Saudi-led coalition and Yemen's Southern Transitional Council (STC) forces have agreed to a cease-fire, according to coalition statements and a joint announcement by Saudi Arabia's Foreign Ministry and the Emirati Foreign Ministry on Twitter on Aug. 25.
U.S. President Donald Trump said via Twitter on Aug. 23 that he has the authority to use the International Emergency Economic Powers Act of 1977 (IEEPA) as a tool against China to bar companies from doing business in the country and from purchasing Chinese goods.
The United States will increase tariffs on Chinese imports by five percentage points after Beijing announced retaliatory import duties on U.S. goods earlier in the day, U.S. President Donald Trump announced via Twitter on Aug. 23.
China has threatened retaliatory tariffs on a list of U.S. products in response to Washington's new import duties on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, Bloomberg reported Aug. 23. U.S. President Donald Trump, meanwhile, said he would respond to Beijing's new tariffs later in the day.
Even in legitimate democracies, populist-nationalist leaders seem to have an extraordinary ability to defy constraints. But in testing the geopolitical integrity of their states, their impact will be felt long after they're gone.
The United States will delay some tariffs on Chinese imports like cell phones and other electronic products until Dec. 15 while completely removing duties on certain products over "health, safety and national security factors," the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced Aug. 13.