Fake news and false flags: According to Kim Jong-Un, the CIA killed his brother

Fake news and false flags: According to Kim Jong-Un, the CIA killed his brother

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk The assassination of Kim Jong-Nam promises to go down as one of those weird acts of terrorism that North Korea, in the face of all evidence to the contrary, will forever deny having perpetrated. The prevarication and obfuscation in this case would appear a little more ornate than North […]

Police arrest NC man after app firm identified him as terror threat

Police arrest NC man after app firm identified him as terror threat

by WorldTribune Staff, February 22, 2017 A messaging app was able to pinpoint the location of a North Carolina man who was arrested for making what authorities said was a terrorist threat. Garrett Grimsley, 27, of Cary was charged after authorities said he posted an online threat against non-Muslims, ABC11 reported on Feb. 22. An […]

Meanwhile in Afghanistan, Taliban has revived and conflict escalation seems likely

Meanwhile in Afghanistan, Taliban has revived and conflict escalation seems likely

Special to WorldTribune.com By Jonathan Alexander Hoffman, Research Associate, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs The security situation in Afghanistan continued to deteriorate rapidly through February 2017, and risked dragging the region and international community into a revived major conflict with no consideration yet being made by Kabul or major external powers as to the possible, or […]

Chess vs checkers: U.S.-Russia ties in 2017 have no relevance to the liberal media narrative

Chess vs checkers: U.S.-Russia ties in 2017 have no relevance to the liberal media narrative

Special to WorldTribune.com by William R. Hawkins, FamilySecurityMatters.org The pack journalists of the liberal media are baying at the moon of “Kremlin-gate” trying to link President Donald Trump’s desire to improve relations with Russia to Moscow’s alleged attempt to rig the 2016 election in Trump’s favor. Putin supposedly thought Trump would be the weaker commander-in-chief. […]

Part 3: Politicized intelligence, South Korean-style

Part 3: Politicized intelligence, South Korean-style

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk Following is an excerpt from a book by WorldTribune and Geostrategy-Direct columnist Donald Kirk and the Korean author Kim Ki-Sam, “How South Korea’s Kim Dae-Jung bought his Peace Prize and financed Kim Jong-Il’s nuclear program”. South Korea’s first woman president has been impeached over allegations involving a confidante, but […]

North Korean actions speak loudly as world leaders say little

North Korean actions speak loudly as world leaders say little

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — As a North Korean medium range Pukguksong missile arched across the sky landing menacingly in the Sea of Japan, the intended political target of the nuclear capable rocket was the visit of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the United States. The rash gambit by […]

CIA fight with the White House spooks U.S. intel partners

CIA fight with the White House spooks U.S. intel partners

by WorldTribune Staff, February 16, 2017 The CIA’s apparent ongoing war with the White House is not only stalling security appointments by the new administration but also generating concerns among U.S. allies, according to reports in The Washington Times. The White House is denying security clearances to members of President Donald Trumps’s national security team […]

Trump’s strategic ambiguity on Korea has China on edge

Trump’s strategic ambiguity on Korea has China on edge

Special to WorldTribune.com By Geostrategy-Direct Chinese officials and analysts said Beijing remains “uncertain” about the Trump administration and its strategy on the two Koreas. “The prolonged silence” from the Trump administration “is making Beijing increasingly uncertain and uncomfortable, and complicating its plans to reduce the threat that the United States and its network of alliances […]

Intelligence war: Are U.S. agencies using major media to target a sitting U.S. president?

Intelligence war: Are U.S. agencies using major media to target a sitting U.S. president?

by WorldTribune Staff, February 15, 2017 Intelligence agencies, national security honchos and former Obama administration officials used leaks to the major media to bring down a man, Michael Flynn, who had the audacity to blow the whistle on U.S. intel failures, analysts say. Sen. Chuck Schumer last month warned the Trump administration what would happen […]

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