Monitor The Strategic Trends
The ancient people called Magog are commonly believed to have been the ancestors of the Russian nation. The prophet Ezekiel spoke of an invasion of Israel by Russia, which has not yet been fulfilled. What could cause Russia to come against the tiny nation of Israel -- which has no oil and no real strategic value? This question has puzzled Bible scholars for centuries. However, recent developments in the Middle East have for the first time in history lent credence to this long-awaited prophecy.
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Russia Bombing Over and Over December 31, 2013
Russia on the Spot December 10, 2013
Russia Looks to the East September 03, 2013
A Russian Win? March 19, 2013
Still Putin Up With Vladimir May 08, 2012
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Part 2 of a Series: Who Are the Edomites? by Chuck Missler
A Surprise in Psalm 83? The Magog Invasion: An Alternative View by Chuck Missler
Strategic Trends Update: The Treacherous Trio of Ezekiel 38 Part 3: Russia by Mary Miller, Koinonia Institute
Strategic Trends Update: The Treacherous Trio of Ezekiel 38 Part 2: Iran by Mary Miller, Koinonia Institute
Strategic Trends Update: The Treacherous Trio of Ezekiel 38 by Mary Miller, Koinonia Institute
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The Constitution of the Russian Federation - Ratified December 12, 1993 - Includes Romanov Double Eagle Crest
Photo of Romanov Crest -
Russia Today - Daily news coverage of Russia
China, Russia to hold Joint War Games - Nearly 10,000 troops from Russia and China will participate in the first joint military exercises between the two countries scheduled for mid-August. Relations between China and Russia, formerly the Soviet Union, were strained by decades of mistrust during the Cold War, but the two nuclear powers have found much common ground in recent years and the military relationship has been blossoming.
Russia's Putin, Frowned on in West, Heads for China - Russian President Vladimir Putin, accused in the West of backtracking on democracy, turns East this week to visit China which many in the Kremlin camp see as a model of an economically-successful autocracy.
Country profile: Russia - An overview of Russia including key facts, political leaders and notes on the media.
Mystery Over New Russian weapon - Russia has designed a "revolutionary" weapon that would make the prospective U.S. missile defense useless, Russian news agencies reported.
Why Russia's Poor Still Believe The Putin Fairytale - Yuri, 55, an engineer, says he will not vote for Putin. But he struggles to name any of the other candidates. "We have a joke here," he adds. "In America, you find out who wins the elections two months after they've finished. In Russia, we know two months beforehand."