Editorial: Can a China reset defang North Korea? - Boulder Daily Camera

President Donald Trump, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping walk together after their meetings at Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach, Fla. on April 7. China says President Xi has stressed the need for an end to North Korea's nuclear weapons program in a ...

Can a China reset defang North Korea? - Hawaii Tribune Herald

The two sides are economically entwined yet geopolitical adversaries in the Pacific, where China's ambition to project power risks colliding with the U.S. commitment to keep peace. The biggest potential flashpoint is nuclear-armed North Korea, a rogue ...

Is this a new Trump? Abrupt reversals may reflect experience - West Hawaii Today

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is abruptly reversing himself on key issues. And for all his usual bluster, he's startlingly candid about the reason: He's just now really learning about some of them. “After listening for 10 minutes, I realized it ...

Editorial: Trump takes on North Korea - Daily Commercial

The U.S. relationship with China? It's complicated. The two sides are economically entwined yet geopolitical adversaries in the Pacific, where China's ambition to project power risks colliding with the U.S. commitment to keep peace. The biggest ...

Sean Spicer Calls North Korean Missile Attempt An Attack - Opposing Views

"Watching another unsuccessful military attack ensures that we continue to keep safe not just South Korea – other areas of the region safe – but it is good for the world," the White House press secretary said during an interview on 'Fox & Friends' on ...

Trump administration successfully hosts first White House Egg Roll - The Week Magazine

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Monday that the Trump administration will not limit itself by "taking options off the table" when it comes to addressing North Korea's mounting aggression. Tensions are high in the region following a missile ...

A 2017 Stock Market Crash Could Be Coming as Trump Raises Instability - Money Morning

A 2017 stock market crash could be on the horizon as President Trump's actions hike uncertainty. President Trump's election victory injected a dose of optimism into traders. The Dow has climbed 12% since Election Day and set an all-time high of 21,115 ...

Trump admin. declines to brand China a currency manipulator - Press of Atlantic City

FILE - In this Thursday, April 6, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping as he arrives before dinner at Mar-a-Lago resort, in Palm Beach, Fla. In recent weeks, Trump has moved away from his tough ...

Saunders: Trump adapts because winning is everything - The Daily Herald

As President Donald Trump flew to Palm Beach on Thursday for Easter weekend, there was a lull in his first 100 days — a chance for Washington to reflect on how his presidency is likely to evolve. There are many question marks, but one sure thing: More ...

Currency Wars: China Escapes a Manipulation Charge - Council on Foreign Relations (blog)

The U.S. Treasury released its semi-annual exchange rate report on Friday, and as signaled by President Trump it did not cite China (or any other country) as an exchange manipulator. There had been earlier speculation, and some concern, that Treasury ...

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U.S. President Donald Trump's administration declined to name any major trading partner as a currency manipulator in a highly anticipated report on Friday, ...

Stocks, US dollar under pressure amid worries over North Korea - BNN

TOKYO - Shares and the U.S. dollar dipped on Monday while U.S. bond yields slumped to five-month lows after soft U.S. economic data hurt investor sentiment already frayed by worries over North Korea and coming French elections. That dwarfed any relief ...

Opinion/Column: Trump's lack of focus, lack of vision - The Daily Progress

So much for Donald Trump, the "America First" populist champion of the forgotten working class. The president now sounds pretty much like a garden-variety globalist, defending the "rigged" system he denounced during the campaign. Then again, who knows ...

US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea it “Gotta behave”, a day after its failed missile test. - St Albans & Harpenden Review

It came after his vice-president Mike Pence visited the Korean Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) to warn America's “era of strategic patience is over”. North Korea's deputy UN ambassador, meanwhile, accused the United States of turning the Korean peninsula into ...

Asian economies escape 'manipulator' tag, but expect more pressure on trade - Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

Asian countries escaped the currency manipulator label in the latest U.S. Treasury report, but remain wary of possible trade friction as President Donald Trump maintains his administration will seek to address trade imbalances. Trump has said some U.S. ...

Peter Morici: Trump practically whiffs in China summit - Tulsa World

President Trump's recent summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping was only modestly successful. The hard reality is that on both security and economic issues, the United States and China are rivals — not partners — and much tougher days lie ahead.

TRUMP SAYS THE DOLLAR IS 'TOO STRONG' – GOOD LUCK WEAKENING IT - Malaysia Chronicle

Donald Trump attends the South Florida Tea Party's third annual tax day rally Saturday, April 16, 2011 at Sanborn Square in Boca Raton, Fla. Sounding increasingly like a candidate, Donald Trump repeatedly told a raucous tea party crowd Saturday he has ...

McMaster: All options on table in regard to North Korea - AppsforPCdaily

The semi-annual US Treasury currency report on Friday did, however, keep China on a currency "monitoring list" despite a lower global current account surplus, citing China's unusually large, bilateral trade surplus with the US. — Decided NATO isnt ...

Trump strong dollar snub meets silver lining bets on weakness - Gulf Times

Though the greenback's knee-jerk reaction from Trump's comments last week has all but been reversed, the US currency appears to be entrenched in a new range amid prospects of delayed policy from Washington and a slower pace of interest- rate hikes.

Trump's views evolving: Harder on Russia and softer on China - Inquirer.net

In this photo, taken April 12, 2017, President Donald Trump pauses during a news conference in the East Room at the White House in Washington. Once soft on Russia and hard on China, President Donald Trump rapidly reversed course in the last weeks, ...