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    Donald Trump says he is open to talks with North Korea – and David Cameron
    May18

    Donald Trump says he is open to talks with North Korea – and David Cameron

    Republican candidate sets out foreign policy priorities: putting pressure on China, renegotiating Paris climate deal, and stopping countries ‘ripping us off’Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he was willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, proposing a major shift...

    Eurovision victory ‘makes no difference’ for Tatars: UN
    May18

    Eurovision victory ‘makes no difference’ for Tatars: UN

    (ChinaPost.com.tw) – The U.N. human rights office says Ukrainian singer Jamala’s Eurovision victory “makes no difference on the ground” for Crimean Tatars, who have faced growing persecution since Russia annexed the Black Sea peninsula in 2014. …read more Source: The China...

    UN: Rights of Crimean Tatars Deteriorating Under Russian Rule
    May18

    UN: Rights of Crimean Tatars Deteriorating Under Russian Rule

    Human rights concerns are growing over the deteriorating situation of tens of thousands of Tatars since Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula, considered part of Ukraine, two years ago. “Since April 2014, Crimean Tatars have been subjected to arbitrary searches, seizure of books and arrests. Allegations of ill-treatment have largely gone...

    Ukraine Talks Seek Progress, But Donbas Elections Remain a Hurdle
    May18

    Ukraine Talks Seek Progress, But Donbas Elections Remain a Hurdle

    U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland’s surprise trip to Moscow is evidence of a new push for progress on implementing the peace deal for Ukraine signed last year in Belarus’ capital, Minsk. Nuland’s trip began Tuesday, just a day before the Trilateral Contact Group meets in Minsk to try to break a political deadlock...

    Documenting Theft on a Grand Scale
    May18

    Documenting Theft on a Grand Scale

    The Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative launched its Kleptocracy Archive earlier today. As of 11 am, anyone interested can search for thousands of primary source documents on corruption in authoritarian regimes at kleptocracyarchive.org. The American Interest‘s Publisher, Charles Davidson, is the founder and Executive Director of the...

    6 Facts Highlight Why We Need to Rebuild Our Military
    May18

    6 Facts Highlight Why We Need to Rebuild Our Military

    The U.S. military seems to be breaking. Senior military leaders have made dire statements before Congress, and story after story is revealing the potentially deadly challenges facing our men and women in uniform. As Congress considers the annual defense authorization bill, here are six clear, real-world examples of why Congress needs to use the...

    Donald Trump Says He’d Meet With Kim Jong-un To Talk About North Korea’s Nukes
    May18

    Donald Trump Says He’d Meet With Kim Jong-un To Talk About North Korea’s Nukes

    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, Trump told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.In a wide-ranging discussion, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions in eastern Ukraine, called for a...

    Donald Trump Says He Would Talk Directly To North Korean President Kim Jong Un
    May18

    Donald Trump Says He Would Talk Directly To North Korean President Kim Jong Un

    NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang’s nuclear program, Trump told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday.In a wide-ranging discussion, Trump also said he disapproved of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions in...

    ‘The Sound of God’: In Iraq, US Airpower Bolsters the Peshmerga’s Fight Against ISIS
    May17

    ‘The Sound of God’: In Iraq, US Airpower Bolsters the Peshmerga’s Fight Against ISIS

    MOSUL FRONT, Iraq—The old peshmerga general smiled at the sound of the U.S. fighter jets. “That’s the sound of God,” he said. Gen. Omar Hama Ali Farag held a pair of binoculars to his eyes, scanning Islamic State positions about a mile away, across the Great Zab River in the direction of Mosul. “There’s two Daesh fighters hiding...

    Eurovision winner Jamala criticizes Russian media
    May17

    Eurovision winner Jamala criticizes Russian media

    ‘I would like that people learn the truth about what is happening in Crimea,’ says Tatar singer from Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...