Behind the show of unity is an ominous reality. But behind that is something even more intriguing.
President Obama’s most recent appointment underlines the direction of U.S. policies in the Middle East.
A short lesson from ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s arrest
Russia and China are not behaving the way they are supposed to in America’s world of make-believe.
Cairo edict pushes Gazan terrorists into the arms of Turkey and Qatar.
Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Herbert W. Armstrong forecasted that Eastern Europe would be at the heart of a new European power. Ukraine is making that happen.
Americans aren’t interested in the world’s problems.
Vladimir Putin is exposing Europe as a feeble, disunited lightweight. Yet the Trumpet continues to forecast that the Continent will soon unite to become the world’s most powerful and frightening superpower. Are we wrong?