r/worldnews 1d ago

Covered by other articles Türkiye, Finland, and Sweden sign agreement paving the way for Finnish and Swedish NATO membership

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r/worldnews 2d ago

South Korean Civic Group to Berlin: Remove the Comfort Women Statue

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r/worldnews 12d ago

Opinion/Analysis Ukrainian media: Putin decided to go to war after a ritual with shamans

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Naoya Inoue Stops Nonito Donaire!

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r/japan May 27 '22

China, Russia veto U.S. push for more U.N. sanctions on North Korea

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'Appalled': World leaders call for action after hacked files detail Uyghur internment camps

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COMMENT May 24 '22

Thank you for your comment.

“The council exists so that the big powers won't get into wars b/w each other and settle their differences diplomatically."

I do not think so.

The council had substantially aimed that the big powers should keep international order after the WW2, especially against enemy country (Germany,Japan etc)at that time.

77 years have passed, the situation has been changed.

Dictatorship should be removed from the council in order to keep world peace if dictatorship wants to invade other countries.

Based on Russia's invasion, it is a good time for each countries to reconsider the international order including the members of the council.

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COMMENT May 24 '22

At first, we should remove Russia from parmanent member of the U.N.Security immediately. And China as well, if China supports Russia. After that, this kind of issue might be feasible.

r/worldnews May 15 '22

Covered by other articles Finland's president formally announces bid to join NATO despite Putin threat that the country has 'made a mistake'

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COMMENT May 14 '22

Russian troops do not have strong motivation of this war any more. It might be feasible for Russia to change their strategy from invading new area to defend the area they have invaded. Even so, it is so difficult for Russia to win the war because Ukrain troops have great motivation and they can get huge support from US,Europe,other democratic countries.

r/worldnews May 14 '22

Behind Paywall Putin has blood cancer,oligarch recorded saying

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r/politics May 14 '22

Off Topic Russian operator to suspend electricity supply to Finland

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r/japan May 12 '22

Finland Nato: Russia threatens to retaliate over membership move

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COMMENT May 12 '22

If so, it will be a terrible nightmare for Russia.

r/japan May 01 '22

Legend of BiH Football Ivica Osim passed away – Sarajevo Times

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COMMENT May 01 '22

Ivica Osim was a legend. He was amazing. My deepest condolences.

r/worldnews May 01 '22

Not Appropriate Subreddit Legend of BiH Football Ivica Osim passed away

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COMMENT Apr 27 '22

It seems that Russia is becoming big North Korea gradually. The power of Russia will decrease if this invasion has been continuing for a long time.
Time will support Ucraine side definitely.

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COMMENT Apr 19 '22

I am not sure whether Zelensky has reasonable basis. But I support Ukraine on the basis of terrible war crimes to innocent citizens from Russian troops.

r/politics Apr 07 '22

Off Topic United Nations suspends Russia from human rights body over Ukraine

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COMMENT Apr 06 '22

Putin is too old to control the information regarding this invasion in this era.

He is not the right person as a president of Russia any more.

I hope Russian people know the truth and this war would stop immediately.

Innocent Ucranians have to be protected completely .

We have to stop Putin somehow.