December 2002 • Volume 13, NO. 10
The European Union’s radical drive to absorb Eastern Europe is an ancient prophecy being fulfilled before our eyes!
Religious unity between East and West is a tough goal, but one the pope aims to meet.
Peace still eludes all efforts to achieve it in Northern Ireland. Will the Irish question ever be settled?
Germany’s September election put a weak and unpopular government back in power. But it also provided a glimpse at where the country is headed.
The transatlantic trade war is heating up, revealing one superpower on the wane and another on the rise.
Robert Mugabe pins the blame for Zimbabwe’s woes on British colonialism, and his disciples love him for it. But his despotism is plunging the country into a new holocaust.
The attack in Bali shows why Indonesia matters.
Australia deals with its 9/11.
The Washington sniper is caught. But why is America becoming so violent?