Is China Stealing Jobs? It May Be Losing Them, Instead

With a slowing domestic economy, rising costs and stiffer foreign competition, China’s laborers are losing jobs, including to the United States.


Theresa May Flies to Meet Angela Merkel After a Confrontation in Parliament

Mrs. May faced down the opposition leader at home, Jeremy Corbyn, before she went to Berlin to discuss Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.


Donald Trump and Mike Pence: One Ticket, Two Worldviews

Differences of opinion on trade, diplomacy and the use of force could be difficult to reconcile for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee and his running mate.


After ‘Brexit,’ Britain Could Look to Norway as a Model

Norway is outside of the European Union, but it can trade easily with the bloc’s members; the hitch is that it must allow the free movement of people.


Amid Grim Economic Forecasts, Cubans Fear a Return to Darker Times

Recent calls to cut energy usage, along with the faltering economy in Venezuela, which provides much of Cuba’s oil, have left Cubans worried about fuel shortages and blackouts.


Trump and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Pull No Punches on Trade Policy

Differences over trade policies have led to an acrimonious relationship between the business association and the presumptive Republican nominee.


U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Awkward Sparring Match With Trump

Differences over trade policies have led to an acrimonious relationship between the business association and the presumptive Republican nominee.


Economic Trends: ‘Brexit’ Is Locking In the Forces That Already Haunt the Global Economy

Those forces have self-reinforcing, vicious-cycle dimensions that make it a perilous time for the world’s economies.


DealBook: ‘Brexit’ Doesn’t Mean Game Over, but It May Be Just the First Domino

Yes, Britain’s economy is likely to suffer in the near term, but the most dire effects of the country’s split from the E.U. may be felt on the Continent.


‘Brexit’ in America: A Warning Shot Against Globalization

Britain’s vote to leave the E.U. may not bring recession to the U.S., but it could mark the end of a period of economic integration and open markets.


U.S. Presidential Race: ‘Brexit’ Revolt Casts a Shadow Over Hillary Clinton’s Cautious Path

Mrs. Clinton offers messages about stability that are similar to the ones put forth by the defeated “Remain” campaign in Britain’s referendum on leaving the European Union.


Is ‘Brexit’ the Precursor to a Donald Trump Presidency? Not So Fast

Some impulses that drove the vote to leave the European Union are at play in the presidential race, but the differences are just as stark.


Common Sense: Britain’s Dreams of a ‘Swiss Miracle’ Look More Like Fantasy

Supporters of a British exit from the European Union look to Switzerland, which rejected membership in 1992. But sovereignty from the bloc may be an illusion.