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Analysis of President Trump’s Jerusalem Speech

On December 6, 2017, President Donald Trump’s address confirmed that the United States now recognizes Jerusalem as the Israeli capital. Roi Feder shares political and business analysis from President Trump’s Jerusalem speech....
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Paris Post Trump

In Brussels, the EU capital that Trump once referred to as a hellhole, the president’s decision to ditch the Paris climate agreement is met with outcry, but also with determination....
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100 Days Recap: Health Care Reform

Why is it so hard to pass a repeal and replace plan now that they have control of the White House and both chambers of Congress? Particularly when the President seems unconcerned about what they pass, just that they pass something so he can check it off on his list of accomplishments. The answer is both simple and complicated....
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100 Days Recap: A Global Perspective

The Trump administration has ushered in an era of decreased predictability and increased risk. Uncertainty may sometimes be the right approach when dealing with enemies, but it can be a serious danger for allies and companies that need to understand their environment to be able to make investments in security and the economy....
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100 Days Recap: Deals and Finance

Deal-making has gotten tougher and more politicized. This is a global phenomenon with implications for companies everywhere. We are definitely in a new world, where nationalist and populist pressures combine with political and regulatory activism to challenge multinationals....
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A Look at Upcoming Immigration Reform

President Trump this week signed an executive order as a part of his “America First” campaign, in which he kick-starts an internal process to reform visa programs that allow high-skilled foreign workers to temporarily live and work in the United States. Here are three things to know about President Trump’s executive order on high-skilled immigration reform:...
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Deal-Making in an “America First” Administration

President Trump’s “America first” policy and rhetoric over China has broad popular appeal, but a trade war could spill over into attitudes towards foreign direct investment (FDI) in the United States....
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FDA Ain’t Broke, Doesn’t Need Fixin’

The FDA ain’t broke, and it doesn’t need much fixin’. This is a message that is being delivered to the Trump administration from all stakeholders including the regulated industry itself, which hopefully will fall on open ears....
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Countdown to Lift-Off

As the US looks forward to opportunities to strengthen world peace and serve the American people, the critical bilateral partnership with India can solve problems and promote global prosperity. ...
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What to Learn from Trump’s Learning Curve

Michael Hotra shares some insight in understanding if President Trump is learning to transition from campaigning to governing....
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