Commentary

Commentary

In Tom Clancy's best-seller, "The Hunt for Red October," American fighter pilots, in a display of up
The statement was a shocker to the foreign labor leaders who had assembled to discuss working hours.
NEW YORK CITY has the I Love New York campaign. Virginia is for Lovers, the bumper stickers say in t
The international debt crisis, which periodically explodes onto the front page, is back at the top
What distinguishes much of the current Congressional debate on trade legislation is its defensivenes
ALAN GREENSPAN FACES an unenviable task. As chairman-to-be of the Federal Reserve, he must quickly
THE PROTECTIONISTS IN WASHINGTON are out to save a basic industry once again. Automobile quotas? No.
Congress is debating trade law reform as it seeks to remedy a seemingly intractable U.S. trade defic
NAIC Involvement

In Studies ClarifiedA recent Journal of Commerce article incorrectly report
Margaret Thatcher loves to chat. Face to face she is easy to talk to, a good conversationalist who o
THE JAPANESE SURELY have grown weary of Western lectures on how to stoke domestic demand and correct
A COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD of governors of the struggling Inter-American Development Bank meets here J
Economists Milton Friedman and Art Laffer are wringing their hands these days, predicting trade wars
THE IRAN-IRAQ WAR continues hot, but cooler heads have prevailed in Washington. After considerable p