Week in Review: The Mideast Unravels, Europeans Push Back at Muslims, Gridlock in the U.S., and Much More
- In Europe, traditional populations are becoming less and less tolerant of the refusal of some Muslim immigrants to assimilate and to adopt European cultural norms.
- In Asia, two longtime rivals appear to be “burying the samurai” and moving toward closer cooperation and alignment.
- Meanwhile, the United States is gridlocked. The government remains shut down, as the country’s internal divisions deepen.
- We also discuss the German military considering recruiting EU citizens, an early election called in Israel, anti-Semitism of American politicians, and a devastating tsunami in Indonesia.
- The Mideast Unravels
- Europeans Push Back at Muslims
- Chinese-Japanese Relations: ‘Burying the Samurai’
- Gridlock in the U.S.
- German Military Considers Recruiting EU Citizens
- Netanyahu’s Legal Troubles
- Anti-Israel Trend Among U.S. Democrats
- Indonesia Hit by Another Tsunami