Philadelphia Trumpet • July 2004 • Volume 15, NO. 6
The rapid decolonization of much of the world during the 20th century led many to believe that the age of imperialism was dead. Yet recent events in Europe foreshadow the return of the very power that originally gave imperialism its name.
Soon—once and for all—the divisive issue of Britain’s role in the EU will be decided conclusively. And here is the ultimate outcome of that decision—foretold to you right now!
The real nature of the relationship between Asia’s two most powerful nations
Once-backward China is becoming the “world’s factory floor.” What would happen if its white-hot economy overheated?
Robert Mugabe’s land reform policies have raped Zimbabwe. Sadly, rather than being condemned, they are being used as a model by Mugabe’s neighbors.
Solutions for one of society’s greatest problems
God instructs all men to remember His Sabbath day. It is the day mankind works hard to forget! This article reveals the Fourth Commandment.
America has always tended to shy away from conflict—even if it means ignoring facts.