China accused President Trump of launching the “largest trade war in economic history.” That's not true. The 1930s (among others) were worse.

Trump has now put hefty tariffs on $85 billion worth of imports, and he's threatened to hit about $750 billion more.

Trump has a point on some remaining trade barriers between allies. But his tactics aren't helping bring the walls down.

Trump, who campaigned on saving millions of U.S. jobs, is suddenly pushing to save a few thousand Chinese jobs.

"There may be a little pain.” Trump is pressing China and telling U.S. farmers to take one for the team.

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The E.U. and United States have fundamental disagreements on trade.

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Trump is chummy with France's head of state and far less so with Germany's. Economics is one big reason why.

As long as Trump is focused on narrowing the trade deficit, there's a real risk of more tariffs and protectionism.

If a trade dispute were to escalate to the point where it damaged the international system, the world's poorest countries would pay the biggest price.

"How can we justify helping steelworkers at the expense of so many farms?” one farmer asked.

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