HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Douglas Flint had some advice for bank executives meeting in London last week: Read up on how the U.S. uses financial warfare against its enemies in a foreign-policy shift that’s entangling lenders.
The White House will be asking Congress for a $5 billion anti-terrorism fund to help train other countries and form alliances.
D-Day observances have always been part memorial, part politics.
The blue-chip political investment for big business is Clinton Inc.
President Barack Obama will discuss future U.S. foreign policy after the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in a commencement speech this week, an administration official said.
Turmoil in Ukraine has sparked a boomlet of lobbying in Washington, with an almost five-fold increase in the number of companies and organizations weighing in with lawmakers and officials.
CFR’s Haass Says Foreign Policy Begins at Home