More Russia

By Callum Wood, from July 7, 2016 in News »
The carrier may do more harm than good.
By Richard Palmer, from June 30, 2016 in Analysis »
Russia once again deliberately snubs America, this time by bombing U.S. allies in Syria, despite the presence of U.S. fighter jets.
By Richard Palmer and Josué Michels, from June 9, 2016 in Analysis »
Europe could be in the early stages of a geopolitical earthquake.
By Andrew Miiller, from April 15, 2016 in Analysis »
Vladimir Putin now has his own private army to enforce policies he is borrowing from both Russia’s Soviet and czarist history.
By Andrew Miiller, from April 7, 2016 in Analysis »
The Russian Orthodox Church has replaced the Communist Party as the ideological glue holding Vladimir Putin’s empire together.
From April 4, 2016 in Literature »
America’s status as the world’s lone superpower is rapidly fading. Other nations and groups of nations are angling to fill the void. Rising in the East is an emerging power bloc of tremendous potential—in manpower, economic heft and military might. Its growing presence is intensifying global competition for resources and for geopolitical influence. Where will this trend lead? You can know! Biblical prophecy provides a remarkable, penetrating preview of Asia’s future!
Europe’s refugee crisis is shaking Europe to its foundations. The shocks will help bring a new leader to power soon who will make a sinister deal with Russia.