The Duran Quick Take: Episode 89.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 178.
The US support for Kurdish militants, who have been fighting Daesh in Syria, has been a major sticking point in relations between the two NATO allies.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu responded, saying that nothing could be achieved with economic threats and that partner nations shouldn’t communicate over social media, Reuters reported...
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 50.
The US doesn't want pro-Turkish forces to slaughter the Kurds, but neither does the US want the Kurds to strike a deal with Assad.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 160
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 47.
Erdogan wants to eliminate the SDF, and until now, the only thing that stood in his way was the US military presence.
Turkey has sentenced an ex-British soldier to nearly eight years in prison for joining the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) in Syria.
Erdogan is probably wishes he'd just stayed out of the whole mess by now
Erdogan refuses to back down from threatening Greek islands and Cypriot interests - What kind of EU or NATO partner nation is this?
Russia, Turkey and the United States have come to a tacit agreement that the final settlement of the Syrian civil war will include population transfers, where...
Turkish army now has US weapons abandoned by YPG "terrorists" in Afrin.
Syrian and Turkish army advances strengthen the positions in the conflict of both Damascus and Ankara
Russia tries to broker a diplomatic solution to the Afrin conflict
Turkey's hatred of American alliance with Syrian Kurds has led to threats against US troops in Syria
Israel attacking Syrian government forces in Syria is its inherent right to defend its territory and people, says Washington
Deteriorating situation in Syria prompts urgent talks between Russian and Turkish leaders amidst suggestions of a summit with Iran
Al-Nusra known to be one of the forces controlling Idlib province; Russians retaliate with precision strike, killing an estimated 30 militants
Will Erdogan be crazy enough to start a regional battle against both the US and Russia on Syrian soil?
The embattled Syrian province has become a thorny issue as Turkey and the Kurds struggle for control
As Turkish offensive bogs down in Afrin and with policy chaos in Washington route opens for Moscow to broker a compromise
Rotten foreign policy risks war between the USA and its own NATO ally Turkey, or the gaining of a new enemy in the betrayed Kurdish fighters...
Doubling down on the fixation with ousting Assad produces another US foreign policy disaster
A US-Turkish Clash in Syria?
Turkey plans military intervention in a region of Syria controlled by the Kurds
Putin's withdrawal announcement does not spell the end of Russian involvement in Syria or signal the end of the war in Syria
Russia's Foreign Minister has said that any US presence in Idlib would be "counterproductive".
The Kurds recognize that in the Middle East, there's a new sheriff in town
Turkey has made it clear that its interests are linked to those of Russia and Iran, while the US is seen as a common threat that...
In addition, joint Russian Kurdish operations are expected to totally liberate the whole of Syria east of the Euphrates
Russia has mastered the final diplomatic frontier among competing factions in the Syrian peace process.
The Russian military has announced it will set up a joint headquarters with the YPG in the city of Deir Ezzor
The issue of the Kurdish question in respect of the forthcoming Syrian National Dialogue Congress has been partly solved.
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