March-April 2001 • Volume 12, NO. 3
Behind the curtain in Israeli politics
Taking advantage of the main players in Mideast diplomacy being distracted by national elections, the European Union has quietly muscled in on the scene as much more than a bit player in the ongoing peace process.
A hard-line crackdown on reformists in Iran gives a glimpse into the country’s future.
Britain’s prophesied entry and exit from the EU
A recently released document powerfully vindicates the predictions about the developing European political union and army made by Herbert W. Armstrong 56 years ago.
The popular will to expunge terrorism may give the EU a pretext for taking some dangerous measures.
It is time to wake up. The long-term effects of divorce are threatening the very life of the institution of the family.
Lessons from Britain’s fatal interwar policy
What is driving the “virtual blackout” of real news in America?
The world usually views the book of Revelation somewhat like a horror movie. The Greek word for revelation is apocalypse. It conjures up pictures of terrifying calamity to most people. But the word actually means an uncovering or disclosure, to enlighten or give light!