Washington's exit from the deal and its revision is not the end of the world.
[T]he U.S. is making a mistake by taking the course of confrontation against all the forces struggling for peaceful resolution of the problems in this region, leading to increased tensions in the Middle East.
You can shoot missiles at a sovereign foreign territory all you want but you still won’t prevent your own country from rotting from within.
On Aril 14, the U.S., U.K. and France launched strikes against targets at three sites in Syria suspected of housing chemical weapons. This action was in response to an alleged chemical attack by the Syrian government on rebel forces – despite the Syrian government’s denial of such an attack – and reflects the [Read more]
Russia is unable to agree with the United States and its allies about almost anything at the United Nations Security Council. Each side persists in vetoing resolutions proposed by the other. Does this mean that the U.N. has outlived its usefulness and that there’s no longer any point in its existence?
In the eyes of Washington’s allies, the biggest problem is the lack of any clear political agenda by the Trump administration in Syria.
The problem which the international community is facing is that it blindly participates in this confrontation without considering even for a moment the human consequences...