Financial markets have recovered swiftly from the shock victory of Donald Trump in the US elections. Investors are unsure of what his economic policies will ultimately look like, but for the time being, they are giving him the benefit of the doubt.
The Trump administration has ordered government agencies to expedite and expand arms sales abroad, including exports of advanced drones to reinforce allied armies and to compete with China.
The White House plans to use emergency laws to curb Chinese investments in US technologies. Originally meant to fight rogue states and terrorism, the laws allow the president to block transactions and seize assets.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe can no longer rely on his good personal relationship with US President Donald Trump when the two leaders meet in Florida. A number of issues can make or break the partnership. Martin Fritz reports.
China has once again made it clear that it won't hesitate to retaliate in the trade spat with the US, asserting that Chinese President Xi Jinping's pledge to cut import tariffs is not a concession to Washington.
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