Putin supports idea of Trump’s peace initiative

Putin supports idea of Trump’s peace initiative

by WorldTribune Staff, July 5, 2024 Contract With Our Readers The Kremlin said that it is open to any peace plan for Ukraine proposed by a possible future U.S. administration of Donald Trump. Reuters reported on Tuesday that two key advisers to Trump have presented him with a plan to end the war in Ukraine. […]

Despite lack of trained pilots to fly them, Ukraine set to receive two dozen U.S.-made F-16s

Despite lack of trained pilots to fly them, Ukraine set to receive two dozen U.S.-made F-16s

by WorldTribune Staff / 247 Real News July 2, 2024 In the next month, Ukraine will reportedly receive two dozen U.S.-made F-16 fighter jets from the Netherlands even though Ukrainian officials have said Kyiv will only have 20 pilots trained to fly them by the end of this year. Meanwhile, Russia will have even more […]

How the Russia-North Korea defense pact energizes the dictatorship alliance

How the Russia-North Korea defense pact energizes the dictatorship alliance

FPI / June 28, 2024 Geostrategy-Direct By Richard Fisher In the year 2010 North Korea was correctly a pariah state, isolated by layers of sanctions from the United States, the United Nations and other democracies, while its attempts at missile proliferation were intercepted on the high seas. Both China and Russia held their noses as […]

Putin, Kim swapped dozens of delegation visits before anti-U.S. Pyongyang summit

Putin, Kim swapped dozens of delegation visits before anti-U.S. Pyongyang summit

FPI / June 19, 2024 Geostrategy-Direct In the run-up to the June 18 meeting in Pyongyang between North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un and Russian leader Vladimir Putin, the two countries had exchanged more than two dozen high-level government, parliamentary, and other delegations since July 2023, including 18 this year. South Korea’s Unification Ministry, which handles […]

Who cares about North Koreans’ human rights? China, Russia spurn UN Security Council consensus

Who cares about North Koreans’ human rights? China, Russia spurn UN Security Council consensus

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler, June 19, 2024 North Korea’s ongoing human rights violations have been slammed and shamed by most members of the UN Security Council. In a powerful briefing by both diplomats and a high profile North Korean political defector, the fifteen-member Council underscored the noxious relationships between the regime’s massive […]

Letter: What about the human rights of Ukrainian military conscripts?

Letter: What about the human rights of Ukrainian military conscripts?

LETTER TO THE EDITOR — June 9, 2024 Special to WorldTribune.com News about the prolonged Russian-Ukrainian conflict has already ceased to be published on the front pages of the world mass media and people are already tired of discussing this topic. Meanwhile, every single day for the Ukrainians is a battle not only with the […]

‘The Russians simply walked in’: Where have billions in Ukraine aid gone?

‘The Russians simply walked in’: Where have billions in Ukraine aid gone?

by WorldTribune Staff, May 14, 2024 Contract With Our Readers Funds intended to build fortifications for the defense of Ukraine’s northern border were diverted to fake companies, according to the Mezha Anti-Corruption Center. In a report in Pravda, Martyna Bohuslavets, who heads the center, asked: “Where are the fortifications?” Millions of dollars that were intended […]

Heavy-handed DOJ treatment of Alexander Smirnov keeps ‘Russiagate’ alive, shields Bidens

Heavy-handed DOJ treatment of Alexander Smirnov keeps ‘Russiagate’ alive, shields Bidens

by WorldTribune Staff, May 3, 2024 A former FBI informant who says he has proof that Ukrainian energy firm Bursima paid Joe Biden and Hunter Biden $5 million each in bribes was denied release from jail on Wednesday. Alexander Smirnov, a paid FBI source who had been frequently used since the Obama Administration and was […]

Threat of AI kill decisions looms with ongoing wars in Ukraine, Gaza

Threat of AI kill decisions looms with ongoing wars in Ukraine, Gaza

FPI / May 3, 2024 Geostrategy-Direct Military planners on the battlefields in Ukraine and Gaza are currently being assisted in their decision-making by artificial intelligence (AI). In the not-too-distant future, military analysts are saying those decisions could be made entirely by machines. “This is the Oppenheimer moment of our generation,” Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg […]

Why did Amazon ban his book? Russia’s Aleksandr Dugin on American ‘transhumanism’

Why did Amazon ban his book? Russia’s Aleksandr Dugin on American ‘transhumanism’

by WorldTribune Staff, May 2, 2024 The progression of unguided American liberalism or “liberation from collective identity” is set to destroy “human identity,” Russian philosopher Aleksandr Dugin told Tucker Carlson on April 29. Dugin said that the progress of the LGBTQ movement was “a necessary element of implementation and the victory of this liberal ideology. […]

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