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By Kieren Underwood, from August 26, 2016 in Analysis »
A president, a prime minister, and an ambassador without portfolio with a commission for world peace
By Callum Wood, from August 22, 2016 in Analysis »
A historic moment—Russian bombers use Iran for the Syria campaign.
By Richard Palmer, from August 12, 2016 in Analysis »
The EU’s embrace of one of the world’s most loathed leaders may be hypocritical, but it has strong strategic reasons for backing him.
What the failed coup reveals about Turkey’s once secular state
By Brent Nagtegaal, from July 31, 2016 in Analysis »
Could the Bible really foretell the end of such a policy?
By Brent Nagtegaal, from July 22, 2016 in Analysis »
What the failed coup reveals about Turkey’s once secular state
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from July 19, 2016 in Analysis »
Investigations into past Iranian terrorist attacks in Argentina reveal the extent of its terror network in Latin America and its determination to sponsor global chaos.
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from July 18, 2016 in News »
What the legislation targeting leftist organizations reveals about Israel’s dire straits
By Abraham Blondeau, from July 17, 2016 in Analysis »
The history leading to the Holocaust is repeating itself.