Politics

Trump's new travel order: Sudan, Somalia and Libya remain banned

Trump's new travel order

Donald John Trump, has signed a revised travel ban banning citizens of 6 Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
Three African countries are affected by the ban which is expected to take effect after 10 days. Somalia, Sudan and Libya have made the list again.
An earlier ban which affected 7 countries was suspended by a federal judge, the result of which is the current one.

Epic US, Russian, Turkish military summit on Syria

Military summit on Syria

DEBKAfile Exclusive Report 

EXCLUSIVE: For the first time ever, the top soldiers of the United States, Russia and Turkey are holding a secret meeting in the Turkish town of Antalya for an urgent two-day effort to avert a clash between their three armies, which stand ominously face to face in northern Syria.
(See DEBKAfile’s exclusive disclosure on March 6)

The Turkish Army in Syria Is All Dressed Up With Nowhere to Go

Turkish Army in Syria

If Russia and the Syrian army have anything to say about it

by PAUL IDDON
Fresh from its victory over Islamic State militants in Al Bab in northwest Syria, Turkey is reiterating its longstanding threat to attack the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in Manbij to the east.

NATO Insiders Suspect Turkey Coup Was Staged

President Erdogan


by Erik Kindel
Eight months after Turkey's government weathered a potentially destabilizing coup, allegations continue to swirl concerning who was actually behind the surprising increase in violence. In an unsubstantiated leak to Aldrimer.no, "Senior NATO sources" currently believe the coup was staged by President Erdogan himself.

Are You Now, or Have You Ever Been, a Secret Agent of Vladimir Putin?

Joseph McCarthy

By John Steppling
“Take notice, That England is not a a Free People, till the Poor that have no Land, have a free allowance to dig and labour the Commons, and so live as Comfortably as the Landlords that live in their Inclosures.”
– Gerrard Winstanley, 1652

Could Israel be a new player in the Cyprus talks?

Cyprus talks

Barcin Yinanc
The window of opportunity to find a permanent solution to the Cyprus problem is closing – unless some players step in and stick their hands in to keep the window from closing completely. One interesting player could be Israel. A Cyprus peace deal would speed up Israel’s project to provide gas to Turkey, the new Israeli ambassador to Ankara said last week.

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