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Trump’s Abandonment Of Syria’s Kurds: A Catalyst For Division In Europe? – Analysis

Eurasia Review Saturday, 16 November 2019
By Pieter-Jan Dockx*

On 6 October, after a phone call with his Turkish counterpart, US President Donald Trump ordered the withdrawal of US forces from Kurdish-held areas in Syria. The move allowed Turkish President Erdogan to launch his long sought-after military operation against the Kurdish People’s Protection Units...
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