Week in Review: Risks of 2018, Russia and China Aid North Korea, Iran’s Failing Protests, Pope Francis on Jerusalem, and More
- Professional risk assessors are looking at the biggest threats facing the world in the coming year—and they align remarkably with the prophecies of the Bible.
- Fresh evidence continues to emerge of how Russia and China are propping up the regime of North Korea.
- Iranian protests against their religious leaders are dissipating, and Tehran is pursuing its revolutionary goals undeterred.
- Pope Francis weighs in on the Jerusalem question by saying there must be a two-state solution to the Arab-Jew conflict—in keeping with the Vatican’s view that Jerusalem should be an international city.
- Despite strained relations, Turkey’s strongman president says he wants to pursue a better relationship with Europe and Germany.
- We’ll also talk about Turkey’s rise as a military power—Japan’s rise as a military power—and some reports on crime, one from Germany and the other from Baltimore.
- Geopolitical Risks of 2018
- Russia and China Aid North Korea
- Iran’s Failing Protests
- Pope Francis on Jerusalem
- German-Turkish Rapprochement
- Japan’s Rise as a Military Power
- Crime Spike in Baltimore