Yitzhak Ben-Israel thinks Kim's cyberwarriors are third-rate, U.S. missile defense is good, and the Iran deal is a keeper.
Whoever takes the helm at China's central bank, the job is fraught with risks.
By the most measures, China has passed the U.S. and is pulling away.
Developments could affect the prices of equities, metals and energy.
Automakers find it hard to lock in the price of cobalt for batteries.
Its leader for life, Kim Jong Un, is only 33, and likely to long outlive Donald Trump.
Russia and China see a new way to completely control their financial systems.