May 1999 • Volume 10, NO. 4
A Rising Power: Germany is responsible for starting the civil war in Yugoslavia. It has been the strongest supporter of Albania against the Serbs in Kosovo. The Serbs warn about a rising German power in Yugoslavia. Let’s look behind the scenes at the real danger that most people in America and Britain refuse to face.
Proof that during WWII, Nazi leaders and top German industrialists planned to rebuild the Nazi empire
Excerpts from a radio broadcast given May 9, 1945: Herbert Armstrong warned of Germany’s post-war rise.
It drives the Serbs. It eludes the U.S.
A shifting alliance: Searching for a new identity since the end of the Cold War, NATO hopes to have found one.
If it’s just as the politicians and the press say, NATO had plenty of chances before this one to act.
A wary nostalgia: Nearly ten years ago, the Soviet Union dissolved, and former Soviet republics looked West, yearning to share in the prosperity of capitalism. But now, after years of frustration and failed economies, many of them are contemplating a return to the old union.
How the Kosovo conflict sparked a Russian comeback
The Littleton massacre has the whole nation asking questions. What is God’s answer?
Hope for the future.