The U.S. ban on Russian oil and gas imports will not be truly effective unless Europe participates.
Michigan Governor Whitmer's office estimates that 10,000 commercial vehicles cross the bridge between Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Canada daily.
"In a matter of a couple of months, you're talking about losing more money than all of General Motors is worth," labor expert Arthur Wheaton told Newsweek.
"I think in some cases, it's actually left Russia's reputation...a little worse off than it would have been if it had done nothing," professor Judy Twigg said.
A surge in new cases and deaths due to the more contagious Delta variant has caused a strain on hospital facilities and threatens economic setbacks.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are advancing each day and speeding up the time involved in paperwork and research. Automating the supply chain saves the industry money.
Just over half of all American arms exports went to the Middle East, some helping Saudi Arabia and the UAE continue their war in Yemen.
"We remind the U.S. not to underestimate China's ability to defend its rights to development and to remember not to blame anyone for not warning them," the Communist Party's paper warned.
One official described natural gas as "freedom gas."
"The share of total U.S. agricultural exports to China in value terms is projected to be 6 percent, down sharply, with China falling from the top market in 2017 to fifth place," USDA Chief Economist Robert Johansson said.
Israeli companies are criticized when dictators use their technology to clamp down on dissent. Can anything be done?
The rogue state shipped weapons to Syria and Myanmar, according to a report from independent U.N. monitors.
The U.S. president blasted Germany's auto industry once again but made no mention of German-owned car plants in the U.S.
Australia is seeking to take advantage of China's decision to suspend meat imports from Brazil.
A Rome-based farmers group has complained that Crimean prosecco is cheaper than the Italian one.