August 2006 • Volume 17, NO. 7
Iran freely declares its evil and violent intentions. The West responds with an incentives package. What will it take for America and other Western nations to take Tehran seriously?
With the World Cup in progress, Germany has captured the world’s attention. The tournament will end, but here is why you should keep your eyes glued to this nation.
Together, the growing presence of Islam and a pervasive spirit of secularism threaten Europe’s cultural, political and religious landscape. Facing these two crises, Europe will once again look to the Vatican for solutions.
Europhiles expect the election of Romano Prodi as Italy’s new prime minister to help energize the EU.
The United States’ southern neighbors are installing unfriendly leftist governments. Should Washington even give it a second thought?
The debate over illegal immigration shows a fundamental misunderstanding of what’s at stake: the nation itself.
Esteeming ourselves more highly than we ought—and a lesson learned.