Jeremiah Jacques

Is Xi Jinping About to Make a Big Push in Ushering China Into Another Maoist Era?

The Chinese Communist Party’s 19th National Congress—beginning today—gives the Chinese leader an opportunity to make alarming moves toward strongman rule.

A study of the main cause of the New Zealand Wars points emphatically toward the answer.

Could this trend lead to the erosion of the dollar’s reserve-currency status?

These two nations are the reason why North Korea is able to operate so freely and dangerously.

Step by step, Russia’s ruler is restoring his nation to its former grandeur. Here is why we foresee him continuing to achieve spectacular success—and why the world should take warning.

A look at the history of this trend in the news—and its future

China’s new financial instrument gives Russia, Iran, Venezuela and other oil exporters the alternative to the petrodollar that they have sought for so long.

New financial instrument gives oil-exporting nations their long-sought alternative to the petrodollar.

The crisis on the Korean Peninsula could change the global power balance.

The Scriptures’ detailed description of the next world war may surprise you.

A seldom-discussed chapter of the Pacific War provides an example of the power of positivity during times of crisis.

In the wrong hands, even just one stray nuclear weapon could contribute to disaster.

The scriptures’ detailed description of the next world war may surprise you.

Many religious commentators speculate that the upcoming solar eclipse is an indication that the end times are upon us. Does the Bible support these claims?

More proof that in the South China Sea, Beijing is king

What do the Russians gain from supporting their unstable neighbor?

Many religious commentators say the upcoming solar eclipse is a sign of the end. Does the Bible support these claims?

Since Great Britain ceded control to China, is Hong Kong better off?

The latest move in President Vladimir Putin’s quest to reconstruct the Soviet empire.

On July 1, 1997, Great Britain handed over Hong Kong to Chinese rule. Two decades later, we ask: Was it a positive move?

Or was that just more junk science?

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