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Written 2,500 years ago, the book of Daniel includes an extraordinarily fitting description of end-time Europe. 
Europe never could have united its East and West if someone hadn’t opened the Iron Curtain first.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from April 11, 2014 in Analysis »
In an interview with theTrumpet.com, Lithuania’s ambassador to the U.S. says, “We have to draw the line before the Russians move tanks on top of it.”
By Robert Morley, from April 11, 2014 in Analysis »
House prices and debt levels are hitting new records; be worried.
By Don Jacques, from April 9, 2014 in Analysis »
The Iranians are playing for time; for Europe, the result could be momentous.
By Richard Palmer, from April 7, 2014 in Analysis »
EU intends to send 800 soldiers, while deepening its trade relationship with other African states.
By Stephen Flurry, from April 4, 2014 in Analysis »
Russia’s actions cause equal and opposite reactions.
By Callum Wood, from April 4, 2014 in Analysis »
What the pope’s trip to the Middle East says about Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox reconciliation
By Callum Wood, from April 2, 2014 in Analysis »
What would become of this Earth if one nuclear battle took place?
By Stephen Flurry, from April 1, 2014 in Analysis »
So much knowledge and technological advancement—yet evils multiply. Why?