Week in Review: Washington’s Infighting, EU’s Military HQ, China’s Silk Road, North Korea’s New Missile, and Much More
• The infighting in Washington has reached new heights this week as the political establishment and press are baying for Donald Trump to be impeached.
• At a meeting of European Union defense ministers on Thursday, some important initiatives drive forward the establishment of a unified European military.
• America’s involvement in Syria grew this week as it launched airstrikes against the forces of Bashar Assad. There is evidence that U.S. presence there has Iran rattled and wondering about Syria’s future.
• China is heavily pushing its impressive Silk Road trade initiative—and for the first time, Europe is starting to push back.
• We’ll also talk about North Korea’s troubling new missile test—America’s dying aluminum industry—and how young singles in China are under pressure to get married … by the Chinese Communist Party.