North Korea has tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile. Voice to America speaks to defense analyst Riki Ellington about what this latest test means to the rest of the world.
Then we're speaking to our British voice about the UK's vote to leave the EU and what the US is doing behind the scenes to prevent a Brexit.
On this week's show, we speak to a voice in the Middle East about Obama's trip to visit the Saudi King and what the release of the 28 missing pages could mean for the United States' relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Then we're headed south of the equator where the Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff is trying to prevent her impeachment. We'll discuss the ramifications of a new election and why it's important to the world.
Also, there are reports that the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan is littered with Al-Qaeda fighters. We'll discuss the news with our Pakistani voice and figure out why there's a "resurgence" in the area.
This week we've got the Panama Papers in the VTA crosshairs. Why aren't any Americans being named?
We're also discussing North Korea's new missile which Un claims can reach the continental United States. And finally, we're continuing the series on how the world views the US elections.
On today's show we're going to Syria to discuss the latest Russian aggression in the region. Russia isn't taking the "cessation of hostilities" seriously.
Then Voice to America will get an Iranian's reaction to Obama's proclamation that Iran isn't following the "spirit" of the nuclear deal.
And finally, we'll head east and speak with our Pakistani voice Hilaly to discuss the US elections.