55.2 F
Sunday, November 17, 2019

The Real Reason Why the West Is Upset Over the Syria-Turkey Debacle

Authored by Cynthia Chung via The Strategic Culture Foundation: In tense world situations like this it is easy to get caught up in wave after wave of headlines as we are hourly updated on what is supposedly happening in a region that we really can’t rely on for ‘accurate’ timely reporting. In addition, there is…

Clashes in northeastern Syria put Turkish-Russian Memorandum at risk

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Sarah Abed, independent journalist and analyst…  On Tuesday, exactly two weeks after Ankara launched its cross border military operation “Operation Peace Spring”, in northern Syria east of the Euphrates River, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met in Sochi for what proved to be…

Putin & Erdogan in Sochi: US, Turkey & Russia take further step towards...

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the historic marathon meeting in Sochi between Russian President Putin and Turkish President Erdogan where the two leaders agreed to a deal which moves a final peace settlement in Syria closer than ever. Russia will assist the Syrian government and its military to control northern Syria,…

Syrian settlement: this time no US involvement required

The talks of the Russian and Turkish Presidents in Sochi lasted almost seven hours and resulted in signing a joint memorandum. In this document, Recep Tayiip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin stated political unity and territorial integrity of Syria and also confirmed their commitment to ensure security of the Turkish republic. They stressed their countries’ determination…

Islamic State in Asia: ‘Unintentional’ Consequences of Turkey’s Syria Operation

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos, Research Fellow at the Center for Syncretic Studies… Turkey began on October 9 its illegal offensive in northern Syria to expel terrorist organizations, primarily the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces and the Islamic State according to Ankara, away from the Turkish border and to establish a safe zone in the northeast…

US Syria foreign policy shift not going down well with the Establishment

The problem with making changes is that everyone talks about making the change, but when it comes to making the change, the same people are likely to switch sides and complain about the change. This is what we see in evidence in President Donald Trump’s Washington, D.C. establishment, with most of the US House voting…

Hillary Clinton Swipes At Trump With Fake Letter Mocking Trump’s Missive To Erdogan

Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to mock the president about his recent letter to Turkish President Erdogan. She quoted the picture “Found in the archives….” Found in the archives… pic.twitter.com/iFFeqloYHM — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 20, 2019 President Trump sent the controversial letter shortly after his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. (RELATED: Trump…

US & Russia work together to end conflict in Syria (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris examine how the Russian and US military appear to be coordinating their moves in Syria so as to prevent Turkey from moving further into Northern Syria, while using diplomacy to bring the Kurds into the framework of a united Syria. According to AMN (), Chairman of the…

U.S. Sanctions Could Push Turkey To Leave NATO

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Paul Antonopoulos… The administration of the Kurdish-controlled regions in north-eastern Syria announced on Sunday that they had reached an agreement with the central Syrian government in Damascus to deploy Syrian troops along areas of the border region with Turkey to help repel the Turkish aggression. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan…
erdogan-lashes-out:-saudis &-egypt’s-sisi-are-“murderers”-–-claims-assad-killed-1-million-people

Erdogan Lashes Out: Saudis & Egypt’s Sisi Are “Murderers” – Claims Assad Killed 1 Million...

Via Al-Masdar News Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unleashed a verbal attack against the Saudi and Egyptian governments in statements made Thursday after the latter two states criticized Ankara’s new military incursion in Syria. “Saudi Arabia has to look in the mirror before it criticizes the peace process,” Erdogan said in a speech during an…
Web Hosting

Recent Posts

USD - United States Dollar