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By Callum Wood, from July 28, 2015 in Analysis »
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By Robert Morley, from July 27, 2015 in Analysis »
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By Callum Wood, from July 26, 2015 in Analysis »
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By Brad Macdonald, from July 26, 2015 in Analysis »
There are roughly 20,000 nuclear weapons on this planet. What happens when one is dropped on your city?
By Brent Nagtegaal, from July 24, 2015 in Analysis »
After two years of dillydallying and indecision, Turkey has now entered the fight against the Islamic State in Syria. The reason why, though complicated, may mark a sizable turn in Turkey’s foreign policy.
By Brad Macdonald, from July 22, 2015 in Analysis »
The world’s most influential figure is on a crusade to restructure the global economy.
By Robert Morley, from July 22, 2015 in Analysis »
The White House is launching an unprecedented collection of sensitive data on Americans. How will the data be used?
By Stephen Flurry, from July 21, 2015 in Analysis »
If we know God’s will and strive to obey His voice, believing prayer really does get results!