There is much to indicate that Zarrab, just like Gulen, has become a new tool for some circles of the US government to take on the Turkish government.
Approval of the UN’s roadmap for peace in Libya, proposed by UN Special Representative in Libya, Ghassan Salamé, will give start to a political process that will thwart Haftar’s strategy of “militarizing the state.”
The ongoing rigt between Turkey and NATO is resulting from the U.S.-led organization ignoring Ankara’s concerns on its national security.
Talal Silo, former Syrian Democrat Forces (SDF) spokesperson revealed how the US promised the terrorist organizations a “Mediterranean corridor.”
US President Donald Trump is expected to announce Jerusalem as the capital of Israel – a move which will deteriorate US relations with the Muslim world.
People will begin to ask the question – The US is a Joke, Dear Frank, But How Much Can We Laugh at It – as the full title of Enis Batur’s book. The regression of the US will speed up when this happens and when the US constrains itself with the means to punish its allies and when it begins to be deemed as a distrusted super power.
International humanitarian agencies must make concrete contributions in order to ease the suffering of the Rohingya people.
So, who are the winners and losers of the civil war, which is in its seventh year, and which parties are preparing to end through the Geneva process?
“Putting aside the discriminatory and xenophobic rhetoric of Trump displaying the worst examples of far-right populism, the current tendencies of the U.S. to escalate political crises, mingle with violent conflicts and trigger economic protectionism confirms that the age of benevolent global hegemons is well and truly over.”
The fact that supporting the YPG and considering it the U.S.’s only option made the country not only look less reliable, but also like a superpower without an option in the Middle East.