The political turmoil besetting Merkel in Germany, Macron in France, May in the UK, and Trump in the US has a common denominator, says contributor Bill Moloney. Voters don’t like the old “new” global order.
A weak, whiny Italy and a strong, stern Germany maneuver warily for the advantage in the European Union’s latest episode of “Can this marriage be saved,” writes contributor Bill Moloney.
Unwieldy, unaccountable transnational governance imperils the EU's survival as Britain departs, Germany and Italy signal doubt, and the French president frowns, writes contributor Bill Moloney
Rolling into 2018, US policymakers led by Trump and the GOP have dramatically raised the ante in the global poker game for competitiveness, prosperity, and economic growth.
Just home from London, Paris, and Dublin, Backbone contributor Bill Moloney reports on populist frustrations roiling Europe.