One big worry is that the Sunni extremist organization known as the Islamic State could ride the unrest to a revival.
These allies to whom they owe so much are left at the mercy of the Turkish army.
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.
Day after day, Trump continues to ignore the important implications of the decisions a U.S. president makes.
Ankara's ... operation against northern Syria will certainly raise a big question about the deterrent effect that the U.S. ... will have there from now on.
Whatever is feeding Iranian delusions that the U.S. will not attack Iran or its militias is wrong.
Rebels and civilians fear that the ceasefire only helps the regime to prepare for a new attack.
Turkey announced that if the two countries do not reach a compromise, it would unilaterally establish a safe zone.
[N]ow that the chain of command in the U.S. is in tatters, it’s not clear who can start a war.