Terrorism hits tourism in Turkey - Bleak outlook for British firms - Czech Republic vulnerable to Brexit fallout - Companies unveil gadgets in Shanghai
The Trump presidency has shaken, but not broken the foundations of trans-Atlantic ties. Europe has found a way — for now — to deal with his idiosyncrasies, as Teri Schultz reports from Brussels.
Data shows President Trump's anti-globalist "America first" policy has cost the USA billions in tourism revenue. Fearing a prolonged slump, a leading trade group has launched an initiative to boost international visits.
The new book depicts a president too consumed with chaos in his own administration to make time for allies. Trump reportedly spent a crucial G20 summit in Hamburg planning how to deal with his children's Russia ties.
Polls may label Donald Trump the most popular unpopular president in history, a designation his staunch supporters find laughable. Some Trump fans go to extraordinary lengths to show their support, as DW found out.
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