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U.S. Adversaries Will Exploit Washington Crises

U.S. Adversaries Will Exploit Washington Crises

Russian military specialists are flying to Venezuela, Iran is increasing its drone threats to Saudi Arabia, and Turkey is blustering about a new military operation in eastern Syria. Across the Middle East and among U.S. global adversaries, there is a desire to test the Trump administration in...

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Why the Syria's Kurdish Militia Can't Do What Washington Wants

Why the Syria's Kurdish Militia Can't Do What Washington Wants

Despite the defeat of the Islamic State, Washington justifies weaponizing and safeguarding the People’s Protection Units (YPG), which are the Syrian branch of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). Washington officials do this because they think that the Kurdish-dominated YPG would be...

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U.S. can use Syria to win Turkey back from Russia - analysis

U.S. can use Syria to win Turkey back from Russia - analysis

U.S. officials can use an emerging rift in Syria to push Turkey and Russia toward a divorce and renew U.S.-Turkish relations, said an analysis in conservative U.S. outlet The National Interest.  Turkish observation posts in and around Syria’s rebel-held Idlib province have in...

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Here's Why Russia Had Missile Trouble in Syria

Here's Why Russia Had Missile Trouble in Syria

New weapons always have trouble, but especially when they weren't built with hotter climates in mind.  Russian missiles had problems operating in Syria. Why? Because parts of Syria are desert, and Russia lacked experience with designing weapons for such climates. That startling...

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