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  • by Good News
Some great factor - quite possibly the economic crisis that is increasingly shaping up in Europe - will force the transformation of the European Union into a new, more tightly integrated and powerful alliance.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
In 1933 Winston Churchill chillingly warned, "No one can watch the events which are taking place in Germany without increasing anxiety about what their outcome will be." With an economic crisis now plaguing the eurozone, will Berlin's troubled history repeat itself? What is Germany's destiny? Does Bible prophecy give us any indication of where events in Europe are leading?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
In the last few weeks the euro has declined in value as fears over Greece's debt problems fueled international speculation. Could Greece's problems lead to the demise of the common European currency?
  • by Melvin Rhodes
The turn of the year saw a rapid decline in the value of the American dollar as international confidence in the United States and its currency declined. What is the meaning of this for Americans, and what does it portend for the future?
  • by Cecil Maranville
The remarkable progress made in the past 50 years of relative peace to unify many of the nations of Europe into what now constitutes the European Union has not been achieved without difficulty. Differentiated by language, ethnicity, conflict and varying economic systems, the unification of these unique entities has been described by some as the "European Miracle."
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Melvin Rhodes
The biggest currency experiment in history has begun: The euro is now the official common currency of 12 European nations: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, the Republic of Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The introduction of the euro coincides with the joint declaration of the European Union nations at the recent summit at Laeken, Belgium. These benchmark events will affect your life, long term-in ways you may not have envisioned.
  • by Paul Kieffer
The biggest currency experiment in all history starts at the end of the year when the euro becomes the official common currency of 12 European nations. But are the new bills and coins all that are being exchanged?