Kieren Underwood

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?

Answer: Hong Kong

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

For decades in Germany, talking about nuclear weapons was taboo. Today, it’s necessary.

The outsider vs. the newcomer

The United Nations accuses Israel of being an ‘apartheid’ state, then quickly retracts it—damage done.

With the Supreme Court unwilling to rule on Second Amendment gun rights, the lower Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals took the law into its own hands.

‘The four ballistic rockets launched simultaneously are so accurate that they look like acrobatic flying corps in formation.’ —Kim Jong-un

Would an extra three years enable Abe to amend Japan’s constitution?

The European Union now faces a new multi-faceted disaster that threatens its very existence: EU leaders won’t let that crisis go to waste.

The first tremors of a political earthquake hit Europe.

Did the Plain Truth and the Trumpet scoop one of the world’s most respected analysis websites?

As relations with its biggest trade partner get shaky, where will Mexico turn?

A rising German politician says Germany’s attitude toward its Nazi past was a ‘stupid … policy.’

The story of Hitler, Bulgaria’s Jews and a few (extra)ordinary citizens.

The world has always questioned truth and has rarely recognized it.

A look at the optimism of Britain’s vindicated euroskeptics

For years talking about nuclear weapons was taboo in Germany. Today it’s necessary.

If Japan and Germany have ‘peace’ constitutions, why do they have troops abroad?

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