Chuck Missler examines some of the driving forces behind instability in the Middle East, the countries, the rulers, and how they all fit (or don't fit) together.
Chuck Missler examines the myth of Soviet disarmament, and how the steady Russian build-up of nuclear forces in the face of western apathy may be positioning them for end-times battles.
Chuck Missler examines the history of the Kurdish people, and how this historically significant group may fit into end-time conflicts.
Chuck Missler examines the strategic significance of leaving Saddam Hussein in power, and what role Iraq may play in future events.
D.L. Cuddy and John Loeffler detail the long and secret history of a formal, deeply rooted organization dedicated to achieving a one-world government, or a New World Order.
James Hirsen considers N.A.T.O.'s involvement in Kosovo in spite of having no international right to interfere with the affairs of a sovereign nation.
Chuck Missler describes the growing power and global-mind of NATO, and its interest in continually dissolving national sovereignty.
Chuck Missler reviews how the Panamanian Governments' giving a Chinese-based company 50-year rights to two prime American-built ports could put U.S. naval and shipping operations at risk.
John Loeffler describes the steps the United Nations and the globalists have and are taking to create a world government
The recent emergency landing of an American surveillance plane on the island of Hainan, China's human rights record, and tensions over Taiwan have caused strained relations between the U.S. and China. What's next?
The ultimate invasion of the Middle East by
A description of all the recent prophecy conferences in which Chuck Missler and K-House have participated.
The end of the Cold War dissolved the balance of power between two giants. The new war will most likely be perceived as a series of incoming 'kahwumps' from different directions.
John and Carol Loeffler consider the camaraderie that is going on between the United States, Europe, and former enemy Russia, and the incremental way in which the world governments are 'unifying'.
While 'everybody' knows that communism doesn't work, the same false promises and methods used by communists are being spread today - simply under different names.
While the US and USSR dominated the political horizon of the past half-century, the two dominant power of the next half-century could be China and the new Europe.
Chuck Missler overviews the history of Europe from the 5th century AD to the end of World War II.
Chuck Missler gives an overview of the evolution of the European Union, from the initial treaties of Paris and Rome in the 1950s to the recent rise of the Euro.
In this 4th Europa article, Chuck considers the economic growth of Europe compared to the US and the futures of the UN, EU and Turkey.
Barry Rubin examines a number of hot international issues to keep an eye on this year, from European policy to Syria to the Palestinian conflict
Chuck Missler explores the possible prophetic roles of Turkey
Barry Rubin, director of the Global Research in International Affairs (GLORIA) Center at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya explains why the motivation for peace in the middle east just isn't there.
Chuck's trip report from India visiting Gospel for Asia's phenomenal ministry.
Everyone's eye is on China as the rising superpower, but have we missed another "King of the East"?
The centroid of power continues to migrate westward: it is widely anticipated that the 21st century will be the ''Asian Century.'' Part 1 Highlights India - an overlooked giant with the second fastest-growing major economy in the world.
Chuck addresses Iran's recent arrival to the ''nuclear club'' and their advances in the arena of military technology.
Hal Lindsey details an interesting relationship between 3 countries that have great prophetic significance.
Barry Rubin talks about a report by the British governments Department for Education and Skills, schools in England are dropping the Holocaust from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim pupils
Barry Rubin talks about the Justice and Development (AK) party, which won 47 percent of the votes in Turkeys July 22 elections.
Chuck Missler discusses his trip around the world in 2008.
Chuck Missler discusses religion in China.
Leisa Garcia, IDB Folio Specialist writes about Tony Blair's Faith Foundation.
Steve Elwart, IDB Folio Specialist writes about cyber warfare.
Steve Elwart, Senior Analyst Koinonia Institute writes about cyber warfare.
Steve Elwart, Senior Analyst Koinonia Institute writes about the future of energy
Mary Miller writes about the IMF.
Steve Elwart, Senior Analyst, Koinonia Institute writes about global threats.
In direct opposition to the concept of Biblical truth is the concept of Islamic taqiyya, which, in Islam, is generally known as “lying for the faith.”