Pundits have been saying last rites for the dollar's global dominance since the 1960s. They may finally be right.
The summit at Mar-a-Lago showed that even a president as reckless as Trump knows that the U.S. cannot afford to antagonize the Chinese.
The experience of British nativist firebrand Enoch Powell in the late 1960s and early 1970s can help shed light on Donald Trump's political success.
The year 2017 will mark the 40th anniversary of the publication of John Kenneth Galbraith's "The Age of Uncertainty." But if Galbraith were writing the same book in 2017, he probably would call the 1970s the Age of Assurance.
Does Donald Trump's election mean that globalization is dead, or are reports of the process' demise greatly exaggerated?
The early returns on Brexit are in and the data are not good, regardless of claims to the contrary by "leave" supporters.
The IMF's role in Europe's post-2008 crisis shows why it needs an independent management team that can make decisions free of political interference.
A vote for 'Brexit' is a vote against Britain's political mainstream.
Ideological and political prejudices deeply rooted in history will have to be overcome to end the current stagnation.
Recent trends in productivity growth make it hard to be optimistic about the future, but when radical innovations are first rolled out, their immediate effect isn't always known.