After Angela Merkel announced her retirement from her political party, the future of German politics and leadership within the European Union is even more uncertain than before—unless you understand biblical prophecy.
Both China and Russia made separate announcements this week that they are preparing for war, reflecting the boldness and belligerency of these Asian giants.
A meeting of foreign nations to decide Syria’s future included Turkey, Russia, France and Germany—but conspicuously absent were the United States and Iran.
A foiled Iranian terror plot in Denmark is understandably turning some Europeans against Iran, which could divide the EU over resisting American-imposed sanctions.
We’ll also talk about Donald Trump sending thousands of troops to deal with a migrant caravan from Mexico, Israel’s breakthrough in relations with Arab states, political turmoil in Sri Lanka, and what happens in America if Republicans win midterm elections.