Kieren Underwood

Death on the ocean, on an island, and for the idea of the European Union as we know it

Herbert W. Armstrong predicted Xi Jinping’s comment that Russia-China relations are at their ‘best time in history.’ That’s stunning, but not surprising.

‘What happened to the Church of England I used to know?’

To decipher an ‘unbreakable code,’ your best chance is to run it through China’s TaihuLight supercomputer.

The British are thinking ‘surplus,’ but instead they are just getting more debt.

What the founders, the 1930s and Donald Trump say about the future of America at war.

‘We know what the strategy was for the last eight years: Do not lose. That has not worked.’

Spain’s sixth-largest bank has fallen apart.

‘It’s so obvious that it’s an assassination.’

Historians, psychologists, journalists and their thrilling talent for burying their heads in the sand

With India and Pakistan officially joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the bloc’s members and affiliates also account for a quarter of the world’s gross domestic product.

But it’s not the start of an EU army, of course.

He wants the Russians instead—they don’t ask questions.

Parades, protests and the man making sure people don’t know what they are really about

If Europe is already a superpower, what happens when you ask them to do more?

Prime Minister Shinzō Abe wants 2020 to be the year that Japan’s military becomes enshrined in its Constitution.

And familiarize them with the new toilets

And CEOs of German arms makers are feeling optimistic.

Japan and Germany are turning their defensive needs into offensive capabilities.

It is becoming easier to imagine the coming post-American financial order.

Is never eating ‘alone with a woman other than his wife’ equivalent to sexism?

With the finance minister in hand, Abe has made the 1 percent limit no more.

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