Trump has pulled the world's biggest economy out of the Trans Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement among 12 nations promoted by his predecessor Barack Obama's administration. Now, the 11 remaining countries want to move on.
As the US and Mexico unveil a reworked trade agreement, the old one's third leg, Canada, said its signature is needed and it may not sign it. But what have the US and Mexico agreed and how much leverage does Ottawa have?
Ahead of the upcoming "Deutschlandjahr USA" campaign, Johannes Ebert, secretary general of the Goethe-Institut, talked to DW about what unites — and separates — Germans and Americans.
With Trump in the White House, US-Mexican relations have plummeted to abysmal depths. But with the two countries' fates intertwined, observers say Mexico has the means to stand up to its powerful neighbor in the north.
Members of world football's governing body FIFA have voted to award the right to host the 2026 World Cup to the United States, Mexico and Canada. The North Americans beat out a competing bid from Morocco.
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