[T]errorist organizations today are even more fierce than they were in 2001 and pose an even greater threat to global peace and stability.
Why should the US leave Afghanistan? After all, it offered the US an ideal location to set up a listening post to spy on China and Russia. At present, in Central Asia, the US military presence is almost zero. Therefore, Afghanistan, on the southern belly of Central Asia, which is Russia’s backyard and China’s [Read more]
Turkey announced that if the two countries do not reach a compromise, it would unilaterally establish a safe zone.
Five months after the last Daesh stronghold in Syria was overrun by US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), there are worrying signs that fighters belonging to the now-defunct, self-proclaimed caliphate are regrouping. The US envoy to the international coalition fighting Daesh, James Jeffrey, told reporters in [Read more]
[W]hat guarantee or political protection does the U.S. military presence in Iraq provide?
No Arab citizen will be able to share the American president’s joy ... when he simultaneously announces the acknowledgement of Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Arab territories.
'The U.S. still has the duty to allow them to re-enter, but 'in handcuffs.'