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  • by Scott Ashley
The communist revolution that began in Russia 100 years ago ultimately swept up many nations in its grip. And although the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, Russia’s influence on America and the rest of the world continues in ways few people realize or admit.
  • by Natallia I Teague
I grew up in the Soviet Union and experienced it firsthand. The system was founded on the dream of a worker’s paradise where all would share and every need would be met. So why did it fail?
  • by Victor Kubik
A century has passed since the 1917 October Revolution that led to the birth of the Soviet Union and a worldwide communist movement. How did that revolution come about, and what were its fruits? What lessons should mankind learn from this failed attempt to create a utopia?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
It's that time again for an annual analysis and assessment. That's when many observers look back to yesteryear—and also peer into a somewhat clouded future. Secular predictions for 2011 and beyond are multiple and varied. But does the Bible have a far bigger say in our future?
  • by Cecil Maranville
Russian President Putin must leave office early next year. Yet his policies and his posture are those of a man building an empire, rather than merely a legacy. It’s clear he intends to hang onto power. What does this mean for the EU, the United States, China and Southern Asia?
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Cuban President Fidel Castro temporarily ceded power recently to his brother, Raul, when he was hospitalized for surgery. Either President Castro is dying or he is testing the Cuban people to see how well the communist politburo is ensconced.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
It's hard to believe looking back now, but there was a time not so long ago when the "domino theory" seemed inevitable. One country after another was falling to international communism.
  • by Darris McNeely
Romanov burial exposes rift in Russia. An attempt to bring closure on one of the most sordid affairs of the 20th century.