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News/Russia/U.S.

Erdogan Adviser Discloses US-Russia Plans for Syria

A senior adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that both USA and Russia want the Assad regime to survive. Furthermore, they want to make sure Kurdish groups gain power in a new security structure. According to the sources close to Bashar al-Assad’s government, the two world leaders want to include Kurdish forces of… Keep Reading

U.S.

America Has to Change Its Foreign Policy and End Wars

As the cost in blood and gold continues to ramp up, American politicians seem oblivious to a simple fact: despite all the wars we have fought in since 9/11, our security and economic development have been suffering. Currently, engagements in Syria, Afghanistan, and Yemen are proving the point without a doubt, but even to mention… Keep Reading

Iran/Israel/News/U.S.

US and Israeli Officials Increase Threats Against Iran

As May 12th deadline imposed by the United States President Donald Trumps nears, the warnings towards Iran, made by the White House and Israel, are getting increasingly more threating. President Trump has given his European partners until May 12th to find a solution for the Iranian Deal that he called “insane” earlier this week, or… Keep Reading

Donald Trump/News/Syria

Trump’s Syria Troubles

On April 14th, at 4 AM local time, more than one hundred missiles were launched at the targets in Syria by the airplanes and ships of the United States, France, and the United Kingdom. All targets have been connected with the Bashir al-Assad’s ability to conduct chemical warfare, and the strike itself has been a… Keep Reading

News/Russia

Lavrov Says That US Has No Plans to Leave Syria

Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday that US military is in Syria for the long haul, judging by their efforts on the eastern bank of Euphrates river. “The US pledged that their only aim was to repel terrorists from Syria, to defeat the so-called ‘Islamic State,’ but, despite all their claims, despite President… Keep Reading

Iran/News

The Future of Iranian Deal Hangs in balance

This week’s French President Emmanuel Macron visit to Washington is the first state visit for President Trump since he took office in January 2017. There are several matters on the agenda for two leaders to discuss, namely Russia, North Korea, trade, climate change, and counterterrorism, but by far the most important topic will be the… Keep Reading

Iran/News/Syria/U.S.

America and Iran poised for battle in Syria

One of the hallmarks of President Trump’s foreign policy has been a fierce critic of Iran and the deal made by President Obama, which allowed for the Iranian sanctions to be lifted in exchange for Teheran’s giving up its nuclear program. Apart from the Persian Gulf, a traditional battleground between the two countries, US and… Keep Reading

News/Syria

Syria Strikes Indicates What’s Wrong with US Foreign Policy

During his presidential campaign in 2016, Trump repeatedly indicated that the interventions in the Middle East were stupid and unnecessary. He must have surprised his supporters when he announced that he commanded the US military to launch airstrikes against Syria in response to the supposed chemical weapons attack. Britain and France followed the US in… Keep Reading

News/Syria

USA Successful in Syria

Trump’s decision to launch airstrikes on Syria proved to be a success. But is it a carefully planned strategy behind it, or just an impulsive decision based on the happenings in the recent weeks. Can the United States prevent the Syrian government from using the chemical weapons to attack its people and destroy the Islamic… Keep Reading

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