Trump’s action is truly incomprehensible.
One big worry is that the Sunni extremist organization known as the Islamic State could ride the unrest to a revival.
It is hypocritical for the White House to justify its approval of invasion by Turkey ... by claiming that Europe refused to take captured Islamic State group soldiers.
What does this decision by the U.S. mean, and how will it influence the situation in Syria? ... [I]t gives Turkey a blank check.
Withdrawing US troops and abandoning Kurdish allies will only embolden Islamic State militant group.
The fate of the Kurds is a parable for the future of West Asian geopolitics.
The belligerent president has forgotten that his country is a democracy, not a dictatorship. It is time for him to go.
[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]