When President Trump Tweeted last week that "it is time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars," adding that the US would be withdrawing from Syria, Washington went into a panic.
Trump's decision to leave Syria is another lesson in losing sight of our nation's interests.
Did you know that Kentucky is in Syria? Or that Tripoli is in India? Or that Caracas is in Singapore? No? Then you must not be paying enough attention in MSM Geography 101, class. Better hit the books!
Neocon tears last week over the plight of the Kurds has turned to furious anger with news that yesterday a deal was inked between the Kurds and the Syrian government. Syrian Arab Army forces are rushing into formerly Kurd-held areas to stave off a Tu
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told "Face the Nation" in a Sunday interview that the Trump administration is "preparing to evacuate" about 1,000 U.S. troops from northern Syria "as safely and quickly as possible," CBS reports.
The Kentucky senator and author of "The Case Against Socialism" tells "The View" why he supports Trump and thinks staying in Syria would overextend the U.S. military.
Syria -Time and again, Vladimir Putin, Sergey Lavrov, and other Russian officials expressed strong support for Syrian sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Syria - Most EU countries are allied with US-dominated NATO -- a killing machine involved in smashing one sovereign state after another.
A contingent of U.S. Special Forces was caught up in Turkish shelling against U.S.-backed Kurdish positions in northern Syria, days after President Donald Trump told his Turkish counterpart he would withdraw U.S. troops from certain positions in the
Just when you think the Donald has lost his marbles completely, he pulls a rabbit of rationality out of the hat of Imperial Washington's Forever Wars madness.
Jake Morphonios explains what's behind the current conflict between Kurds and Turkey. This is complex and involves numerous strategic zigzags, but stick with Jake on this and you will be rewarded with a clear understanding of what's going on in S
Turkey - On Thursday, the US and Russia vetoed the same Security Council resolution, the first time this happened since the body initially met on January 17, 1946.
Lebanese Arabic news broadcaster Al-Mayadeen is reporting that Russia has begun organizing "reconciliation talks" between Syria and Turkey, in what would be an unprecedented development....
Democrats, Republicans, the mainstream press, and all the other Washington, D.C., interventionists are up in arms over President Trump's decision to relocate a few U.S. soldiers within Syria. Based on their hysterical reaction...
Ted Galen Carpenter discusses President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of northern Syria and gets it right.
update4: Late into the night local time, the Turkish Defense Ministry announced a full ground operation has commenced.
'It's a bad idea': Donald Trump blasts Turkish assault on Syrian Kurds and ISIS fighters saying he 'does not endorse' Erdogan's 'Operation Peace Spring' to 'neutralise terror threats' as ground troops move in following US withdrawal
So it begins: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that a Turkish military operation into Syria has started.
President Trump called Turkey's ongoing military assault in Syria a "bad idea" Wednesday as reports are emerging of civilians being caught in the crossfire of a long-standing feud between Ankara and Kurdish forces.