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FT's senior US columnists Rana Foroohar and Edward Luce discuss the biggest themes driving US politics, business and markets from Washington, New York and beyond.
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The US government must bring companies and workers together to craft a new social compact
Who wants to wait and think about potential downsides if it means missing the chance to create a billion-dollar company?
The party should get itself an economic strategy
Does pouring military aid into Ukraine really qualify as a ‘foreign policy for the middle class’?
How to solve a transatlantic challenge
A flavour of my experience at the World Economic Forum
She’s been especially creative in taking on the problematic asymmetries between labour and capital
Both the left and right have tried to turn business dramas into political theatre. Will it ever end?
Could this be the year political reality catches up to our economy?
Democrats were once the party ‘in love’ with ideological purity. The shoe is on the other foot
While I admire Biden’s support of a longtime ally, I’m nervous about the US position on Taiwan
Congress should focus its efforts on requiring American data to be kept on US soil
The nation’s free and independent media is rapidly becoming a thing of the past
Eric Adams’s plan may not be perfect, but we desperately need a better system for aiding people who are mentally ill
Most people simply don’t have time to indulge in moral grandstanding
The New York outer borough is now arguably the power centre of the city
The west no longer tiptoes around its goal of expanding the alliance along Russia’s borders
It’s disconcerting that many who live near top universities can’t afford the advantages they offer
Washington is an open-air bazaar for influence purchasing
It’s no coincidence US-China relations deteriorated when leaders stopped meeting face-to-face
Maybe the state is a permanent marker of where America is headed
Opinion polls and data aggregators are no substitute for real political reporting
This time the coin landed on its edge, leaving the government about as divided as before
Being right is not enough
US inflation has very little to do with anything the Biden administration itself has done