Beijing warns of ‘people’s war’ against U.S.: Chinese consumers now global superpower
When Beijing wants to retaliate, it has a record of using those buyers, nudged by nationalism and propaganda, to exact a painful toll on rivals. China has done so in recent years to the Philippines, Japan and South Korea.
Trade war looms as U.S. hits China with $60-billion in tariffs
The move – which may also include restricting Chinese investment in the United States and launching a World Trade Organization case against Beijing – is retaliation for China forcibly taking, and sometimes allegedly stealing, U.S. technology.
What went wrong with Uruguay’s cannabis legalization and what Canada can learn
It’s been nine months since this South American country became the first in the world to fully legalize and regulate cannabis, but with crackdowns by banks and bureaucratic backlogs, getting recreational pot is a challenge. Stephanie Nolen investigates