Callum Wood

The growing danger of direct conflict between world powers

Hailemariam Desalegn departs as Oromo people—and Muslims—look to acquire more control over Ethiopia.

How Chinese investment can be an offensive weapon

It’s itching to try.

A lighthearted voyage through time and space

Europe continues to strengthen its southern border.

A recent survey indicates that many believe God is unable or unwilling to hear them.

Who is really to blame for suppression of truth? Trump or the mainstream media?

The spark that lit the Arab Spring is burning again.

Whose side is China really on?

Sisi’s attempt to stabilize a volatile region is failing.

Aussies in Victoria and elsewhere are losing sight of hope and their incredible human potential.

Plebiscite marks the beginning of the end of traditional marriage in Australia

Three trends to watch as Russians and Iranians work together

Is it the end of Iran’s influence in Lebanese politics?

Hint: It wasn’t his movie selection.

Was prophecy fulfilled in 1917? If not, when?

Radical Islam thrives on domestic turmoil.

Don’t expect Iran to leave Iraq any time soon.

Could legalizing same-sex ‘marriage’ open conservative Australia to attack?

Artificial intelligence and the end of mankind

Kim is happy to share deadly weapons with the Middle East.

Another troubling turn in the Qatar crisis

Beijing is pursuing strategic interests in the Southern Ocean.

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