South Korea-Japan animosity risks strategic alliance

South Korea-Japan animosity risks strategic alliance

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk TOKYO ― Korean and Japanese relations have plunged to their lowest depths since the Korean War, and there’s apparently no reconciliation in sight. The governments in Seoul and Tokyo are engaged in a game of dare and double-dare in which each tries to out-threaten the other with hurtful measures […]

Question: Can a nation divided do great things again as it did in 1969?

Question: Can a nation divided do great things again as it did in 1969?

WorldTribune, July 16, 2019 This month, we introduce ‘Question of the Day’. Let’s have some fun! Send your responses here [world@worldtribune.com] or comment on Facebook, and we’ll publish the best. Question of the Day, 16, 2019: The United States, during World War II and on July 20, 1969 with the first Lunar Landing, was confronted […]

July 20, 1969: As America was torn apart back home, its astronauts landed on the Moon

July 20, 1969: As America was torn apart back home, its astronauts landed on the Moon

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler Bondville, VT — For those of us of a certain age, we vividly remember where we were on July 20, 1969 the date of America’s successful Lunar landing. On a cool July southern Vermont evening my parents and I visited friends to watch what was expected to be […]

Question: Is Google effectively an agent of the People’s Republic of China?

Question: Is Google effectively an agent of the People’s Republic of China?

WorldTribune, July 8, 2019 This month, we introduce a new daily feature: ‘Question of the Day’. Let’s have some fun! Send your responses here [world@worldtribune.com] or comment on Facebook, and we’ll publish the best. Question of the Day, July 15, 2019: Google has been accused of helping China’s military while collaborating with the Chinese Communist […]

Brexit: Why other parts of the world second that emotion

Brexit: Why other parts of the world second that emotion

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk LONDON — You’ve got to admire the Brits for one thing. They sure are proud of their ancient heritage as citizens of a “tight little island” that has always stood aloof from Europe. Historically they’ve fought against the Romans (Hadrian’s Wall), the Normans (1066 and all that), Spanish (Sir […]

Question: Which Democrat will emerge as the No. 1 never-Trumper?

Question: Which Democrat will emerge as the No. 1 never-Trumper?

WorldTribune, July 8, 2019 This month, we introduce a new daily feature: ‘Question of the Day’. Let’s have some fun! Send your responses here [world@worldtribune.com] or comment on Facebook, and we’ll publish the best. Question of the Day, 14, 2019: Never mind the polls. Who will be the Democrat Party candidate for president in 2020 […]

Question: Who’s the real target of the revived Epstein investigation?

Question: Who’s the real target of the revived Epstein investigation?

WorldTribune, July 12, 2019 This month, we introduce a new daily feature: ‘Question of the Day’. Let’s have some fun! Send your responses here [world@worldtribune.com] or comment on Facebook and we’ll publish the best. Question of the Day, July 12, 2019: The Jeffrey Epstein scandal fits the narrative about President Donald Trump that the Democrat […]

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