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Below are some resources commenting on current affairs in Asia and how they may be leading to a biblically-prophesied future.

  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Not long after being appointed U.S. secretary of State, Hillary Clinton flew to China for her first important diplomatic encounter abroad. She emphasized mutual national interests, like trade and climate policy, just as President Barack Obama later did on his first presidential trip to China.
  • by Rodney Hall
How do China's amazing transformation and increasing global power fit into prophesied end-time events?
  • by Edmond Macaraeg
There is a substantial error in the common use of the term "acts of God." Why?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
While it is currently far from matching or surpassing U.S. naval power, China has a much longer history and the historic patience to pursue a long-term strategy with the view to eventually surpassing American dominance of the sea. (Sources: Stratfor Today, Le Monde diplomatique.)
  • by Melvin Rhodes
Australia's new Labor government is committed to greater ties with Asia, while increased immigration from the Asian continent is rapidly changing demographics in the country. What do these trends mean for Australia 's future and the future of the West?
  • by Darris McNeely
This issue marks the 10th anniversary of World News and Prophecy. It is hard to believe that we have published 100 issues and that a decade has swept by.
  • by Don Hooser
Every time we hear of catastrophic events, we are reminded of how vulnerable we are to injury and death. Life is indeed very fragile. And the Bible reveals that disasters will increase. In describing events of the end time, Jesus warned that "there will be great earthquakes in various places" as well as other destructive disasters (Luke 21:11).