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- Europe’s anger at America’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal is intensifying and deepening, in a way that could threaten the trans-Atlantic partnership.
- Japan is the only major American ally not to receive exemptions from the Trump administration’s tariff decision. Now Japan is signaling that it may fight back.
- A new leader in Iraq could draw the nation deeper into the Iranian orbit.
- And America’s once-mighty merchant marine fleet is in the final phases of a slow-motion collapse.
- We also discuss responses in the Middle East to violence on the Gaza border, Germany’s view of Italy’s plans for a new government, China’s second aircraft carrier, and a political scandal in the United States that may turn out to be bigger than Watergate.
- Europe’s Deteriorating Relationship With America
- Japan’s Possible Trade War With the United States
- Iraq Elections
- America’s Dying Merchant Marine Fleet
- Kuwait Urges International Force on Gaza Border
- Germany’s View of the New Italian Government
- China Launches Newest Aircraft Carrier
- A U.S. Scandal Bigger than Watergate?