January 14, 2020 Philip C Johnson http://www.globalnext.org Written from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia It started with an intelligence report that indicated the Iran’s militias were going to attack U.S. embassies abroad. Or did it start with U.S. President Donald Trump taking an opportunity to hit back at the Iranians because of Iranian aggression that killed a … Continue reading Iran’s Mistake
March 10, 2019 Philip C. Johnson, Ph.D. http://www.globalnext.org Perhaps you noticed that this particular article suddenly disappeared after being published. If you were someone who was able to read the original, I am happy for that. If not - let me explain. I have spent the last week dealing with Kurdish government officials who have … Continue reading The Comeback of ISIS: Will Your Favorite Jihadist Group Return?
Phil Johnson, Ph.D. February 5, 2017 http://www.globalnext.org I can’t think of a more controversial issue plaguing the U.S. news these days than Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban for seven countries deemed to be a potential threat to U.S. security. Protestors and pundits all have their opinions. A Federal judge has “undone” the ban and President … Continue reading To Ban or Not to Ban: That is the Immigration Question
Globalnext spends a lot time chasing stories around the world - and we try to bring that information back to our conference participants and get them to start chasing stories too - and to live out the stories that God has given them to live out. And we've certainly come across our fair share of … Continue reading The Power of Your Story
August 2, 2016 The hot, slow days of July have gone by and August is upon us. With that, things for the Globalnexter begin to step into high gear. For those who are following our work, our ideas and our global impact - here are some upcoming highlights. We hope you'll be able to join … Continue reading New Season Begins for GlobalNext!
Phil Johnson, Ph.D. July 16, 2016 http://www.globalnext.org 1.) What happened? At about 10:30 pm on July 14th, (France’s Independence Day - Bastille Day) a 31-year-old French citizen of Tunisian decent, drove his 20-ton truck through a busy pedestrian area on a famous promenade in Nice, France. He killed at least 84 people, wounding hundreds of … Continue reading France Again? Terror Truck Kills at Least 84
Is ISIS coming to the US?
January 29, 2016 If you have’t heard yet, Donald Trump is running for President of the U.S. Oh - and he’s going to make America great again! We’ll see about that... but the billionaire is famous for speaking his mind and it hasn’t seemed to hurt him in the polls yet. (He gets more media … Continue reading Donald Trump, U.S. Immigration and the Muslim World
December 31, 2015 I’ve never written a blog sharing my predictions for the future - but I was reading this article about this Bulgarian woman who apparently made all kinds of predictions, and I was thinking, “Who is this woman? And if she can make bizarre predictions about the future, why can’t I?” First, here’s her … Continue reading GlobalNexter Predictions: 2016
L.A. School Shut Down, San Bernardino and Syrian Refugees Keep the Fear Level Alive December 17, 2015 On Tuesday, the two largest school districts in the U.S. received terror threats against their schools. New York City’s schools remained open. Los Angeles, in an unprecedented move, shut down the entire public school system - more … Continue reading The Irrationality of Fear: Are We Thinking Straight?