Peter Hitchens questions whether the West truly appreciates the geopolitics of the Russian invasion, opening a can of worms in this chat with John Anderson.
Spring is coming in Ukraine and in the midst of all the horror and death that the Russian invasion has inflicted on Kyiv, people are planting flowers.
Akos Balogh spoke to a Hungarian Christian aid worker to hear about the 350,000 Ukrainian refugees in Hungary and how they’re being supported.
Our secular culture often uses evolution to explain why we’re moral creatures, and why we’re outraged at injustice. But the theory has a fatal flaw.
Samaritan’s Purse has feet on the ground in Ukraine and explains why when a disaster happens they want to be there helping people in a practical way.
War should not drive us to despair, but help us yearn for the new creation, writes Akos Balogh, in this reflection on the invasion of Ukraine.
After months of simmering tensions and brinkmanship, Russian troops have invaded Ukraine, and the “unprovoked” attack has the world on edge.
Fighting has once more erupted in Gaza, but what started the historical conflict? And how close is the current crisis to a full-scale war?