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  • by Cecil Maranville
If America wants to understand this present world, succeed in globalized business and navigate the explosive configuration of 21st-century geopolitics, this is the wrong time to exclude God from the classroom.
  • by Michael Kelley
Seldom has a nation dominated an era as the United States dominated much of the 20th century. Its remarkable achievements transformed the world for decades. But what was really behind its amazing accomplishments? Is there more than meets the eye?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Increasingly it seems that the United States cannot solve its problems—whether it be the economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, illegal immigration or the Gulf oil spill. Previous generations seemed to know what to do. Has America lost its way?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
President George W. Bush's trips to Europe during the month of June attracted significant anti-American demonstrations. At the same time, the United States announced troop withdrawals from Europe and Korea as the handover in Iraq took place. Analysts speculate what would happen if America withdrew from its international role.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once observed that the great lesson of the 20th century was that whenever the United States and Britain fight together, they always win. But now Britain has to make a crucial decision on its future—a future that could mean the demise of the special relationship with the United States, ending a formidable, long-lasting alliance.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Recently articles like "Europe Plans Huge Trade War" and "Costs...Will Soar in a Trade War" hit the headlines in Britain again. What is their ultimate significance?
  • by Darris McNeely
While the war on terror continues worldwide, another war—one of colliding cultures—heats up in the courts of America. Where will this lead the country? Is this war a greater threat than terrorists?