America’s intelligence chiefs have warned of a dizzying array of security threats the United States faces across the globe. Among the conclusions unveiled at a Senate hearing Tuesday, North Korea is unlikely to completely give up all its nuclear stockpiles and Iran is technically in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal - both points contradicting key tenets of President Donald Trump's foreign policy. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.
From Sweden to southern Spain, from Holland to Hungary, populist forces have gained seats in recent elections – and they now scent power in Brussels. The European Union is gearing up for parliamentary elections in May, when the balance of power could shift decisively. But as Henry Ridgwell reports from London, there are growing contradictions within the populist movements – and they face growing competition on the streets of Europe.