Options for dealing with North Korea, Trump readies to meet Putin, and Volvo goes (mostly) electric
July 05, 2017
Why North Korea may be a problem we have to live with. Plus, a Korean-American points out that deterrence keeps the peace. And Presidents Trump and Putin are about to meet face-to-face. We preview their possible talking points. Also, a year-long investigation in Israel spotlights the government's secret plan to get rid of its African refugees.
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North Korea's test of an intercontinental missile is a significant threshold. It can now strike US soil. There's no indication that North Korea intends to do so. But it is a challenge to the Trump administration. How should the US respond?
A year-long investigation by Foreign Policy magazine reveals Israel's secret system for shuffling out African asylum-seekers, via Rwanda or Uganda, into third countries, where they are no longer anyone’s responsibility.
It wasn't long ago that hybrid and electric cars seemed a futuristic novelty. But cars that do more than burn gas passed a new milestone this week.