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- German leaders emerged from marathon discussions with an agreement for a coalition government in hand. There are a few hurdles left, but Germany may have a government within weeks. We’ll talk about why Germans don’t have much to celebrate.
- Turkey’s president visited the Vatican. He and the pope had an extended conversation, and a notable item on the agenda was the status of Jerusalem.
- New photos show that China’s militarization of the South China Sea is extensive and even more dramatic than previously realized.
- Russia installed some nuclear-capable missiles on the border of Lithuania, and says that NATO and Europe have nothing to be concerned about.
- We’ll also talk about the rough week for global economic markets, a crisis brewing in the Red Sea, Israel having some new warships built, and what recently released memos in Washington tell us about the perilous state of America’s government.
- Germany’s New Coalition Government
- Turkey’s Erdoğan and Pope Francis Discuss Jerusalem
- China’s Militarization of the South China Sea
- Stock Market Crash
- Crisis in the Red Sea
- Russia’s Missile Threat
- The Nunes Memo