Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government has no regard for international law. Turkey, a NATO member, has defied global conventions time and again to achieve its ambitions.
Now, this is a free lesson for Sadc leaders in particular and African leaders in general, of the effects of allowing foreign superpowers to establish military bases in your region, let alone country
The justification for the attack on Iran is that the world must be reminded to be afraid of the US.
The U.S. president’s decision thus endangers many people.
The Constitution provides that the power to declare war belongs to Congress and not to the president.
Though sanctions do not usually result in a change of guard, the risk of further impoverishment in Iran and Iraq is profound.
Ostensibly, it was a green light from Washington that allowed Ankara to make the move; in the process America’s Kurdish allies were left by the wayside to fend for themselves and ward off the Turkish military.
The waterways of this region are vital for trade and cool heads must now prevail.
Trump's action is based on aggressive and selfish logic. For a start, vehicle imports do not constitute a threat to security.
Since 1996 Cuba declared the Helms-Burton law null and void. Nothing good or new bring the north winds to this country.