Impeachment outrage orchestrated by criminal abusers of power

Impeachment outrage orchestrated by criminal abusers of power

Special to WorldTribune.com Commentary by John McNabb The day after Christmas, the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached yet another all-time high. Over 100 Dow Jones highs have been recorded during the three-year Trump Presidency. The Standard & Poors Average also reached an all-time high as did the NASDAQ which closed over 9,000 for the first […]

Rogue state war games: Russia, Iran, China set joint naval drills

Rogue state war games: Russia, Iran, China set joint naval drills

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, December 26, 2019 China, Iran, and Russia will hold joint naval drills, amid tensions between Teheran and Washington. The military exercises will take place in the Indian Ocean and Gulf of Oman from December 27 to 30, officials in Beijing and Teheran announced. China will send […]

Tulsi Gabbard’s disturbing stance on behalf of Iran’s ayatollahs

Tulsi Gabbard’s disturbing stance on behalf of Iran’s ayatollahs

Special to WorldTribune, October 22, 2019 Analysis by Christopher W. Holton, Center for Security Policy Tulsi Gabbard, one of the minor candidates from the 20-strong field of Democrat presidential hopefuls, has been getting a considerable amount of attention due to Hillary Clinton’s allegations that she is a “Russian asset.” While it is true that Kremlin-backed […]

Senate Intelligence Committee echoes discredited Mueller report

Senate Intelligence Committee echoes discredited Mueller report

by WorldTribune Staff, October 10, 2019 In what analysts say was a move to shift the spotlight off Ukraine’s meddling in the 2016 election on behalf of Hillary Clinton, the Senate Intelligence Committee on Oct. 8 released a so-called “bipartisan” report on Russia’s social media efforts during the 2016 election. The irony is that the […]

Bolton: Russian accident shows Kremlin’s ‘hypersonic’ nuclear ambitions

Bolton: Russian accident shows Kremlin’s ‘hypersonic’ nuclear ambitions

Special to WorldTribune.com Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty U.S. national-security adviser John Bolton says a mysterious accident last week in northern Russia that caused a temporary spike in radiation levels shows how hard the Kremlin is working to develop delivery systems for nuclear weapons. In a wide-ranging interview with Voice of America (VOA) contributor […]

Rise of China, demise of INF seen prompting missile migration on world’s chessboard

Rise of China, demise of INF seen prompting missile migration on world’s chessboard

by WorldTribune Staff, August 4, 2019 After the Trump administration on Aug. 2 pulled the United States out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, analysts say the U.S. may now seek to prioritize deployment of conventional medium-range missiles near China rather than Russia. The United States “has made it very clear” it is concerned […]

New Amb. James Gilmore finds unexpected warmth in Europe that ‘really isn’t … secure and peaceful’

New Amb. James Gilmore finds unexpected warmth in Europe that ‘really isn’t … secure and peaceful’

by WorldTribune Staff, July 25, 2019 The situation in Ukraine illustrates how Europe is not “secure and peaceful,” the Trump administration’s newly appointed ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) said. “I think what’s on the U.S. mind at this point is working hard to preserve Ukraine’s sovereignty, because it’s under […]

Joint China-Russia patrol shocks South Korea; Aimed at U.S. ‘military alliance’ including Japan

Joint China-Russia patrol shocks South Korea; Aimed at U.S. ‘military alliance’ including Japan

by WorldTribune Staff, July 23, 2019 South Korea scrambled jets and reportedly fired hundreds of warning shots as a Russian A-50 aircraft, which was engaged in a joint air patrol with China on July 23, entered South Korean air space. Just before the Russian aircraft entered South Korean airspace, two Russian Tu-95 bombers and two […]

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 […]

UN Security Council’s annual reshuffle leaves it deadlocked on U.S. policy

UN Security Council’s annual reshuffle leaves it deadlocked on U.S. policy

Special to WorldTribune.com By John J. Metzler UNITED NATIONS — In an annual process of diplomatic musical chairs the 193 member UN General Assembly has picked five countries to serve on the Security Council as non-permanent members.  Estonia, Niger, Tunisia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Vietnam were elected to two-year terms on the powerful […]

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