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America first? Setting the stage for Xi Jinping’s upcoming visit with Donald Trump

Special to WorldTribune.com By Gregory R. Copley, Editor, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs People’s Republic of China (PRC) President Xi Jinping will make an official visit to Washington, DC, perhaps as…

Far East on edge: SEAL Team Six to Korea; Japan navy’s profile highest since World War II

by WorldTribune Staff, March 13, 2017 In the wake of Pyongyang’s firing of four missiles into the Sea of Japan last week, the United States said it would deploy an…

Far East on edge: Attack drones to Korea, largest Japan warship sets first show of force since World War II

by WorldTribune Staff, March 13, 2017 In the wake of Pyongyang’s firing of four missiles into the Sea of Japan last week, the United States said it would deploy an…

Taiwan: An estimated 5,000 Chinese spies are in our midst

by WorldTribune Staff, March 13, 2017 Taiwanese national security authorities estimate that 5,000 Chinese spies are already operating Taiwan and have successfully infiltrated government administrative offices. “As they have no…

The speech that led to the Korean War: Forget the ‘schism’ between Beijing and Pyongyang

Special to WorldTribune.com by Miles Maochun Yu, Hoover Institution, March 10, 2017 On Jan. 12 1950, Secretary of State Dean Acheson gave a well-crafted speech at the National Press Club,…

War? Explosive tensions are mounting on the Korean peninsula

Special to WorldTribune.com By Donald Kirk Suddenly the outlook for keeping the peace on the Korean peninsula has taken an alarming turn for the worse. We’ve long been accustomed to…

Japan weighs first strike capability as China warns U.S. against ‘head-on collision’ with North Korea

by WorldTribune Staff, March 8, 2017 Japanese lawmakers called on their nation to develop the ability to pre-emptively strike North Korean missile facilities, two days after three of four missiles…

China punishes S. Korean companies, soaps, tourism as THAAD deployments begin

by WorldTribune Staff, March 7, 2017 China has launched into major economic retaliation against South Korea for its deployment of a U.S. missile defense system. Beijing, in response to Seoul…

Intensified religious suppression under Xi creates ‘black market’ for China’s believers

by WorldTribune Staff, March 2, 2017 Religious suppression has grown “broader and deeper” under President Xi Jinping and has “created an enormous black market” for Chinese believers, according to a…

Report: School continues to receive Pentagon subsidies despite probe for China ties

by WorldTribune Staff, February 26, 2017 A U.S. taxpayer-funded school in northern Virginia received more than $6 million from the Defense Department despite being investigated for alleged ties to China’s…