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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.

‘’Pakistan’s skewed ‘war on terror’ reflects bigger problems’’

Elimination of terror

Author : Salman Rafi

A massive anti-terror operation called “Radd-ul-Fassad” (Elimination of terror) has been launched in Pakistan’s most populated province, Punjab, as part of the country’s latest bid to wipe out the so-called “urban terrorism” and terror groups that, according to the official narrative, continue to receive “foreign support” both in terms of financial funding and territorial sanctuaries. 

Could Turkey’s misstep in Manbij provide template for Raqqa?

Turkey’s misstep in Manbij


Turkish move blocked by Syrian forces

SUMMARY
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s latest threat complicates Pentagon planning to oust the Islamic State from its so-called capital; United States provides intelligence for Iraqi strike in Syria.

Trump – for peace or for war with Russia?

Mc Master Trump

In Moscow, the appointment of Mc Master as National Security Advisor of President Trump was taken as an unmistakable signal. “McMaster is…a 100 percent threat to Russia from the US, and it’s not getting weaker or smaller. Defense and intelligence wing of Washington will carry out a Russophobic policy,” the first deputy chairman of Russia’s Federation Council Committee on Defense and Security Franz Klintsevich told Sputnik on Tuesday.

The OSCE and the Future of European Security

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe


By Christian Nünlist for Center for Security Studies (CSS)

 

According to Christian Nünlist, Austria faces a daunting task while chairing the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) this year. After all, redirecting Europe back on the path to collective security will be difficult. Nünlist nevertheless believes that Vienna has the necessary mediation skills to restore the lost trust between Russia and the West, among other tasks.

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