Trump to China: the US 'won't take a bad deal' - As climate concerns grow, so does US oil footprint - France tests post-Brexit border regime in Calais
The three countries have benefited the most from membership of the World Trade Organization, according to a new report to mark the body's 25th anniversary. Their combined revenues in just one year were $239 billion.
Pushing the Brexit withdrawal bill through Parliament was the easy part for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Securing a comprehensive trade deal quickly with the EU looks far-fetched.
China has much at stake in the US-Iran conflict. But in the long term, Trump's tactics will once again play into the hands of China, which will present itself as a constructive world power, says DW's Frank Sieren.
Emmanuel Macron has urged the US and Iran to resume talks, following German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who met separately with the leaders of both countries. Technology, peace and patriotism also featured in speeches.
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