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INTEL — BRIEF WORLD TRIBUNE 

  • Paranoid in Pyongyang: NIS reports wary Kim focused on ‘decapitation’ ops

    Special to WorldTribune.com By Geostrategy-Direct Kim Jong-Un is not afraid of flying like his late father Kim Jong-Il and he has cultivated an outgoing buoyant personal like his grandfather Kim Il-Sung, Communist North Korea’s founder. But reportedly he shares one trait with his more reserved father: A tendency to check the rearview mirror often when [… […]

  • Geostrategy-Direct.com under cyber attack from unknown origins

    by WorldTribune Staff, June 15, 2017 Email headline alerts for the weekly intelligence briefing by Geostrategy-Direct.com did not go out as scheduled on Tuesday, June 13, and the site has been down for multiple hours at a time since Saturday June 10, its editors reported. Geostrategy-Direct focuses its reporting on geopolitical hot zones such as [… […]

CHINA WORLD TRIBUNE 

  • Report charges China-subsidized institutes on U.S. campuses are ‘soft power’ influence ops

    by WorldTribune Staff, June 20, 2017 Students at Chinese academic institutions in the United States are getting a heavy course of political indoctrination along with their regular studies, a report said. The Chinese Confucius Institutes are “operating without oversight and promoting a dangerous political agenda,” the National Association of Scholars (NAS) said. NAS director of [… […]

  • Greece blocks EU statement critical of China on human rights

    by WorldTribune Staff, June 18, 2017 A European Union statement at the UN criticizing China for its human rights record was blocked by Greece. Greece called the statement “unconstructive criticism of China” and said it would be better for the EU to hold separate talks with China outside the UN, Reuters reported on June 18. [… […]