A look at what the coming week will bring -- and a list of recommended Stratfor articles from the week that was.
With scandal engulfing its prime minister, Canada is staring at yet another minority government.
By enacting a Section 301 investigation against France in response to a proposed digital tax against U.S.-based global tech giants, Washington is taking a heavy-handed approach.
On July 4, Stratfor offers a sampling of some of its foundational analyses examining the world's preeminent power, the United States. These essays examine how the United States came to dominate the global system -- and where the American empire might be headed next.
The White House has retained its option to impose economic penalties if it decides Mexico City's efforts to stem migrant flows aren't sufficient. That threat alone will create problems for AMLO's government.
75 years ago, the biggest amphibious assault in human history took place, heralding the Allied invasion of Western Europe and the road to Berlin to end World War II.
The president says he'll slap Mexican imports with a series of escalating duties unless it takes action to stem migrant flows. But implementing the plan risks harming both economies.
As demographics and technology change, agriculture's political clout will wane in the U.S. and elsewhere. But the sector still has a central role to play in trade negotiations.
By approaching their trade negotiations phase by phase, Washington and Tokyo might have found a formula to finally reach a deal.