As the president mends fences with old enemies, from Cuba to Japan, Trump seems happy to 'rattle' the international community.
He's confirmed the nomination and lined up most of the GOP, but the New York tycoon continues with scorched-earth tactics.
Brexit was listed alongside geopolitical conflicts, terrorism and refugee flows as a potential shock of a 'non-economic origin.'
ISIS militants use at least two car bombs in assault on rebel-held town of Marea.
Obama avoided any direct expression of remorse or apology for the WWII bombings, a decision that some critics had said would allow Japan to stick to the narrative that paints it as a victim.
North Korean official dismisses presidential hopeful Donald Trump's interest in meeting leader Kim Jong Un as campaign 'advertisement.'