In addition to moral negligence, America's inaction in Syria will have sanctioned Russia’s triumphant and destabilizing return to the international stage.
Lying on his political deathbed, Barack Obama acts according to the principle, “If I can’t have peace, no one will.” In any case, his decision to lift all restrictions on the supply of ammunition and weapons to the Islamic State, an organization banned in Russia, leads one to such a conclusion.
It is "curious" that some issues were left out.
Washington has set for itself the goal of saving terrorist groups from destruction to continue using them for its own geopolitical advantage.
Brennan's veiled threat in invoking the idea of a Balkanization of Syria at such a crucial point in time is both an act of exasperation and a bluff made in desperation.
<i>Where Moscow succeeds spectacularly, Washington will probably fail, despite engaging similar means. Why is that?</i>
Russia and the U.S. are undertaking a similar military plan in Syria: air raids on local enemies to support land attacks on local allies. Since the start of the American intervention against the [Read more]