Despite narratives of Western decline, we must observe the problems afflicting our rivals as well
Simon MaassNovember 29, 2023
Perhaps Meir, who supposedly believed Russia never changes, would also note that Russia never learns.
Mark TooleySeptember 12, 2023
In Defense of Christians’ Richard Ghazal speaks on Syriac Christians in Turkey
Richard GhazalAugust 9, 2023
A paradigm shift in the Middle Eastern geopolitical landscape has emerged driven by the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman
William RobertsJuly 16, 2023
The Syriac Genocide is among the darkest episodes of the twentieth century 750,000 Syriac Christians were slaughtered from 1915 to 1923
Richard GhazalJune 15, 2023
Antioch was the first city where followers of Jesus were known as “Christians.” Now the city lies in ruins and its Christians are desperate.
Uzay BulutMarch 15, 2023
In the Free World’s multifaceted response to Putin’s war, a blueprint for a global alliance of democracies is emerging.
Alan DowdApril 14, 2022
Today, after Russia has completely abjured socialist ideals, leftist “peace” movements promote Russian foreign policy narratives. What, then, motivates them?
Aaron RhodesFebruary 16, 2022
This new edition of Baroness Cox: Eyewitness to a Broken World by Lela Gilbert shows that the international religious freedom advocate is not slowing down, and her recent ventures take several additional chapters to describe.
Paul MarshallFebruary 4, 2022
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