Joseph C. Sternberg — Editorial Board Member and Opinion Columnist, Political Economics at The Wall Street Journal

Asian edition of the Heard on the Street column. Joseph C. Sternberg is a member of the Journal's editorial board and the Political Economics columnist. He joined the Journal in 2006 as an editorial writer in Hong Kong, where he also edited the Asian edition of the Heard on the Street column.

The fear of a new trading war is growing as companies cross the Atlantic in order to take advantage of green energy subsidies.

Regulations that came into effect after 2008 may have saved us from a panic in the banking industry. Every other financial institution is a danger.

Main Street's anti-growth policies mean Wall Street cannot earn money in the traditional way.

The British government wanted to scare everyone, but the Britons were willing to be scared.

The continent takes national security very seriously, but does not see the dangers of 'green energy'.

Her account of failure as British Prime Minister exposes the truth about right-wing parties.

The German chancellor has promised a major strategic overhaul. It's possible he won't be the one to do it.

Jerome Powell will have to show that it has learned its lessons if he wants to defend the country's independence.

British leaders pretend to reduce government borrowing, while avoiding politically unpopular cuts in spending.

The central bankers claimed that easy money would never end. It's a shame that retail investors believed them.