Attacks this week on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and on an airport in Saudi Arabia both show Iranian leaders actively pushing in spite of American efforts to contain them.
It is almost certain that Britain’s next prime minister will be Boris Johnson. This will likely move Brexit forward, separating Britain from Europe and strengthening its ties with the United States.
Hong Kong is full of protesters fearful of a law China is imposing that will strip them of legal protections. It provides a good look at China’s authoritarianism that other nations should beware.
We also talk about how many Obama administration officials are now working for the media, evidence of Russia building up its military presence in Crimea, the European Union pushing for data regulations that would affect companies around the world, and Mexico admitting that 80 percent of its populated territory is run by drug cartels.