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    Increasing International Tensions Including Korea, Iran, Catalonia and France

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    Garland Nixon, Lee Stranahan
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    Protests and independence movement roil Europe, Civil War may split the Republican Party

    On this episode of "Fault Lines," hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan discuss the recent events and next steps in the Catalonian independence movement with correspondent Dick Nichols, the massive protests in France with correspondent Xenia Kozlitina, and the tensions between Trump and Kim Jong Un with Don Kirk, reporting from Korea.

    Garland and Lee will also discuss Trump's policies toward Iran and North Korea. Can nuclear deals work? Are there better alternatives?

    The hosts and guests will analyze top news stories including the possible Civil War in the Republican party, healthcare policy, and more.

    Scheduled guests include: Colonel Ann Wright (Air Force, State Dept. Retired); Xenia Kozlitina reporting from France; Don Kirk, reporting from Korea; Natalie McGill, Redacted Tonight correspondent; Dick Nichols reporting from Catalonia; Dr. Bill Honigman MD; and Betsy Rothstein.

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