Richard Palmer

Donald Trump Demands That Europe Become a Military Power

Thursday’s nato summit could be the death of the alliance as America all but forces Germany to become a military power once again.

What Emmanuel Macron’s victory means for France and for Europe

High-level infighting, Islamic aggression, global secularization: How will the Vatican respond to these grave crises? History gives us a clue.

‘Mercron,’ mission creep in Libya, and Germany’s next chancellor?

New evidence shows that two of the world’s most dangerous countries are working together on the world’s most dangerous weapons.

French riots point to problems far deeper than one election.

What went on when Greece surrendered to Germany’s demands in the summer of 2015?

Pope Francis brings his call for a new world order to the West’s cultural elite.

Trumpet analyst Richard Palmer explains three lessons from yesterday’s election in France.

France’s election could change the European Union forever.

Sunday’s vote is described as the death of Turkish democracy and the end of Turkey’s period as a secular state.

On June 8, Brits will go to the polls again.

France’s most popular politician believes the ‘German Empire is back’—and that it must be confronted.

On Sunday, the Islamic State came within a whisker of blowing up the pope.

Russia has a new best friend in Latin America.

If you can’t beat them …

After the dust settles, watch for the prophesied break between Syria and Iran.

America’s decision to allow Russia to oversee the dismantling of Syria’s chemical weapons has failed, like so many of the previous administration’s Middle Eastern peace initiatives.