Today we look at all that has been happening in the news while Americans have fixated on the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court confirmation process.
In spite of striking incompatibilities, Germany is strengthening relationships with the Muslim nations of Turkey and Saudi Arabia—in keeping with Bible prophecies.
At the same time, a major German newspaper questions the policy of undermining America’s sanctions against Iran—evidence that the German public may be turning against the Islamic Republic.
The United States secretary of defense met with NATO officials in Brussels to discuss the threat posed by Russian cruise missiles, a sign of just how much Russian belligerence is frightening Europeans.
We also talk about the new NAFTA agreement inked by U.S. President Donald Trump, Angela Merkel’s pro-Israel stance on a visit to Jerusalem, some political trouble she is facing back home, tensions increasing between America and China—and, FINALLY, a brief look at the Kavanaugh confirmation process.