Iran is unlikely to respond harshly to the Afrin operation as Turkey does not cross Tehran’s “red lines” in Syria.
Turkish President Erdogan slammed opposition leader Kilicdaroglu’s call to work with the Assad regime by calling Assad a “murderer.”
The root cause of newly increasing anti-American sentiment in Turkey is Washington’s shortsighted and failed Syrian policies such as backing PKK-affiliated groups in Syria and hampering the Afrin operation.
The solidarity between the Pope and Erdogan on Jerusalem promises to prevent Europe’s isolation and revive the bloc’s relationship with Turkey.
If Russia continues the heavy bombardment against civilians, it will damage the future of the projected peace congress in Sochi, which aims to provide a political solution to the Syrian crisis.
Turkey’s counterterrorism offensive in Afrin gives hope for people in the region to have a better life in the near future.
The PYD, under U.S. military and diplomatic protection, has committed vast human rights violations ranging from arming children to training them in terror camps.
There are many apparent reasons to comprehend the isolation of the U.S. among its allies, but McMaster’s answer for this is really worth giving an ear to.
The West’s refusal to view the YPG as a terrorist organization and the Western media’s romanticization of ‘the Kurds’ reflect an eagerness to stop Turkey’s anti-terror operation.
Even in Washington, this new devotion of some U.S. officials to the YPG at the expense of the majority of the Syrian population and at the expense of a NATO ally started to be questioned.