Week in Review: EU to Consolidate Militaries, Saudi-Iranian Tensions Rise, Trump’s Confusing Asia Trip, and Much More
- A unified European military is closer to becoming reality—this week European nations took what analysts are calling the biggest step forward in EU defense policy in decades.
- Tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran over events in Lebanon became even hotter this week, and France increased its involvement—at the same time, Germany increased arm sales to the Saudis—all hastening the fulfillment of some major biblical prophecies.
- U.S. President Donald Trump wrapped up a trip to Asia, and some analysts say he sent some confusing mixed signals. Meanwhile, Russia is pushing Japan to end its defense treaty with the United States.
- We’ll also talk about the military coup in Zimbabwe that is ending the reign of Robert Mugabe—Britain’s ridiculous plan to reintegrate Islamic State fighters into British society—and Australia voting yes to same-sex “marriage.”
- A Unified European Empire
- Saudi-Iranian Tensions Rise
- German Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia and Egypt
- The End of Robert Mugabe’s Reign
- Russia’s Peace Treaty With Japan
- Radical Islam in Britain
- President Trump’s Confusing Asia Trip