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  • by Paul Kieffer
Concerns over NATO’s future, the Muslim refugee crisis and the impending Brexit are clouds on Europe’s horizon. What lies ahead for Europe?
  • by Rudy Rangel III
German Chancellor Angela Merkel's statement that there is no upper limit on the number of refugees the country would accept is causing concern among Germans, who worry the immigrants won't assimilate into their culture.
  • by Darris McNeely
Whether or not Greece agrees to the stringent terms of another European Union reform plan, the European power bloc is here to stay, and someday it will surprise the world.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Ardent EU supporters promote a best-case scenario, the debt crisis concluding with diminished consequences. Others lay out worst-case scenarios, such as Britain’s Daniel Hannan in his October 2011 Standpoint article “The End of Europe’s Fantasy Is Now in Sight.” Whatever happens, in the long run God’s Word will be the determining factor.
  • 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.