May 2000 • Volume 11, NO. 4
How can the “very religious” be so violent?
The struggle for power has already begun.
On March 12, the pope made a public apology for the universal church’s past faults and sins. His confession was seen as vague and inadequate. Which past sins? Certainly he must have included the sins of his predecessors.
Measuring Catholic maneuvers in the Middle East against the backdrop of history
Adrian Hilton talks about the difficulties of trying to expose Europe’s spiritual agenda.
Here is advance news of the next move of the rising European monolith, the European Union. You will soon read of this in your newspapers. In this article we break the news of the EU’s move southward.
In a landslide victory, right-wing Spanish President Jose Maria Aznar recently demolished his socialist opponents in Spain’s federal elections. What’s behind this swing against the center-left tide in European politics?
How Western weakness has allowed former Czechoslovakia to be dominated by the Vatican and European Union
Will China “lose face” over the election of a pro-independence Taiwanese president?
Bad press is crippling America’s law enforcement.