in this issue:
Uncle Sam in Midlife Crisis?
– Da Wei
Do changing Chinese views of the United States reflect America’s insecurities?
The Scotosis in the U.S.-Mexico Relationship
– Sergio Aguayo
Will the Trump era usher in the realization that tackling organized crime is a shared U.S.-Mexican responsibility?
For North Koreans, the War Never Ended
– Jean H. Lee
North Korea portrays Americans as masters of torture to reinforce its leaders’ desire to keep the war alive. That certainly hasn't changed in the early days of the Trump administration.
Trump Finds Support in Britain’s Brexit Capital
– Caitlin Randall
The anger and resentment that helped elect President Trump in the United States finds a mirror image in the heart of small-town Britain.