Syria’s Kurds: The New Frontline In Confronting Iran And Turkey – Analysis
Tuesday, 15 January 2019 US President Donald J. Trump’s threat to devastate Turkey’s economy if Turkish troops attack Syrian Kurds allied with the United States in the wake of the announced withdrawal of American forces potentially serves his broader goal of letting regional forces fight for common goals like countering Iranian influence in...
U.S. President Donald Trump threatened Turkey with economic devastation if it attacks a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia in Syria, weakening the Turkish lira and prompting sharp criticism from Ankara on Monday. Emily Wither reports.
According to a report by Reuters, on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin told Turkey and Iran that he wanted to devise a plan to wipe out what he called 'a hotbed of terrorists' in Syria's Idlib..
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, Turkey's defense minister pledged to wage a campaign against a US-backed Syrian Kurdish militia, shining a light on a potential conflict the Unites States..
Assad allies Russia and Turkey had brokered brokered a deal in December to create a demilitarized zone in the northwest Idlib region. A new round of talks is... Haaretz Also reported by •WorldNews •Seattle Times •Reuters