Commentary:Carlos Ponce was smuggled across the U.S.-Mexico border when he was 12. Today he’s a Harvard-trained neuroscientist. He writes for Reuters about how family separation affects the brain. “I am now a citizen and I love this country deeply, so I want to believe that the children will somehow be fine,” Ponce writes. “The neuroscientist in me is skeptical. Let me tell you why.”
Commentary:Turkey is no longer a democracy, says Howard Eissenstat. President Recept Tayyip Erdogan's election win has consolidated "an authoritarianism that was already in place." While Turkey remains a NATO ally, "there will be no reboot to the old days of close friendship" with Europe and the United States.
Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports mostly shield consumers by targeting supply-chain components - but lurking inside the tariff lists are some surprises, from Google Nest thermostats to vaping devices to equipment used by aspiring rock stars.
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies is the biggest corporate sponsor of overseas travel for Australian politicians, according to an analysis of travel disclosure registers by an Australian think-tank.