If the Americans were to lose the Kurds, they’d have to start all over again.
<i>Political scientist Edward Lozansky talks about the reaction of American society to Vladimir Putin’s interview with NBC</i>
If we were to briefly analyze and evaluate the results of the interview of Russian President Vladimir Putin by well-known American NBC host Megyn Kelly, I would say that it was extremely [Read more]
The Battle of Kirkuk* and its implications were a significant twist in the balance of power north of Iraq as Iran tried to amplify the project, which sought to separate the Kurds from the authority of the Shiite allies in Baghdad, and which didn’t hesitate to systematically end the situation by cooperating with its [Read more]
The principal danger is that the war ... will extend to Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq instead of ending in a diplomatic solution, still improbable, in which Moscow and not Washington takes the baton.
The United States has reaffirmed its red lines in Syria, and this attests to the seriousness of its policy in the country. There is no room for doubt. A few days ago, the response of its troops and the Air Force to the popular regime in Damascus sent an unambiguous message to everyone involved in the conflict in the [Read more]
The state of the union is the state of Israel. As for our state, it is the state of the Islamic State group.
It’s as if the policy of brinkmanship that Iran has adopted has become standard in Washington as well.
<i>Jon Huntsman, the U.S. ambassador to Russia, stated that Moscow and Washington are trying to activate the bilateral dialogue. According to Huntsman, different formats of discussions are being considered, including a «2+2» format with ministers of foreign affairs and defense. An expert on America, Ivan Kurilla, [Read more]
The synchronicity between the Vatican and Vladimir Putin, in terms of foreign policy, is visibly growing.