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By Richard Palmer, from July 31, 2014 in Analysis »
Hungary’s prime minister debunks the myth that history is one long march toward Western-style government.
And how this is affecting European politics—again.
God made us to move. 
By Richard Palmer, from July 24, 2014 in Analysis »
‘There’s a new feeling of what it means to be German.’
By Richard Palmer, from July 23, 2014 in Analysis »
‘This has never happened in Christian or Islamic history. Even Genghis Khan or Hulagu didn’t do this.’
By Stephen Flurry, Principles of Living from the August 2014 Trumpet Print Edition »
Can modern education bring the utopia we’re all hoping for? 
By Richard Palmer, from July 17, 2014 in Analysis »
For the terrorist group ISIS, establishing a caliphate is simply one step on the road to war with Europe.
By Stephen Flurry, from July 16, 2014 in Analysis »
The Obama administration’s contribution to the global community these past six years? ‘Tranquility.’
By Tyrel Schlote, from July 16, 2014 in Top Stories »
With calls for a more ‘bilateral world,’ Russia looks to regain its allies in America’s backyard.