On the surface, it might look like a natural move for a President with a Libertarian penchant. However, in case of Syria, withdrawal of U.S. troops seems to help Vladimir Putin the most. In fact, the Syria withdrawal points to Trump working for Putin if anything. TRUMP BETTER AT DIVIDING
An Israeli official played down on Wednesday the Russian upgrading of Syria’s air defenses. The official said the newly supplied S-300 missile system could be defeated by Israel’s stealth fighters. He alluded to its destruction as well. The S-300 missile defense batteries marketing ploy aim more at flexing Putin’s muscles
Assad just told world Idlib Agreement is temporary. A news item on the AP wire system declared: Both Syria’s government and its opposition welcomed the Turkey-Russia deal declaring a de-militarized zone around the major rebel stronghold Idlib, saying Tuesday the agreement stemmed more bloodshed. It was expected for the opposition
Earlier this month, Maria Snegovaya wrote a compelling analysis in the Washington Post detailing the slow effects of U.S. sanctions on Putin and his hold on power. We hope that our policymakers are charting their way back into the Middle East. The one Barack Obama abandoned to Russia and Iran.
President Trump wants Russia to join the G7 summit. Maybe he should read about Eurasianism first. Putin is America’s enemy having demonstrated his acrimonious hostility towards the United States, and other countries. beginning in 2007 when his apparatus mounted coordinated cyber attacks to disrupt his enemies. Considering that President Trump
At the G7 summit, British Prime Minister Theresa May will propose to world leaders that they should create an international rapid response unit to counter Russian cyber attacks and assassinations, her foreign minister Boris Johnson was quoted as saying. Johnson said May would use a meeting of leaders of the