Concern over immigrant children being separated from their parents on America’s southern border has become an explosive political issue. We’ll get past the hype to see what is really happening.
European leaders are dealing with an immigration crisis of their own and taking steps to contain the flow of migrants from Northern Africa.
Meanwhile, Germany is increasing arms sales to Arab states and strengthening ties with Jordan in an effort to stop what Angela Merkel called Iran’s “aggressive tendencies.”
After the Singapore summit, China has been preparing for more economic investment in North Korea, and Kim Jong-un made his third visit to Beijing.
We’ll also talk about the civil war in Yemen reaching what could be its decisive battle, China supplanting American investment in Cambodia, and a judge in Canada saying that a child can legally have a mom and two dads.