If Ankara is consistent and launches an offensive on this enclave, the Pentagon will have a difficult decision to make - will they fight a NATO ally?
<i>Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in a press conference that U.S. military bases located in Syria do not have any kind of legal basis.</i>
Lavrov recalled the words of CIA Director Mike Pompeo, who stated that one of the reasons for Russia’s involvement in Syria is that Russia loves to “stick it to [Read more]
Did he act out of gross incompetence or was he compromised by the Kremlin?
We agree more with Trump than with Clinton here, but I also don't think we can say with confidence which one will be better for Russia.
I will not directly accuse the United States of not wanting to achieve the ceasefire by boycotting the corresponding agreement. It is quite obvious that the U.S. is simply incapable of fulfilling it.
If the dialogue between our countries were entrusted to such people with a similar level of trust toward their neighbor, it would be altogether different.
Even if U.S. Middle East strategy doesn’t undergo significant changes with the arrival of a new president, the shadow of Barack Obama’s foreign policy failures will hang over the new boss of the Oval Office.
<i>Moscow will not participate in the international coalition on Syria due to the coalition’s failure and its merely demonstrative actions.</i>
For the first time in four and a half years, Washington should present to the world a conceptual vision of its participation in the events that have been taking place in [Read more]