The promise made by the Biden administration and NATO leadership to fight all kinds of terrorism was torn apart at the seams as CENTCOM sent condolence messages to the families of slain PKK terrorists.
The UN's annual Children and Armed Conflict report showed that the US-backed YPG terrorist group and its affiliates in Syria have recruited 221 minors, killed dozens others and even seized schools for military use from January to December 2021.
Coalition conducts a helicopter landing in Türkiye-backed opposition-held areas and seizes a senior member of Daesh terror group, who it says is an "experienced bomb maker".
The Turkish operation preparations continue as Ankara clearly demands from Finland and Sweden, the Nordic states, to cut their ties with the PKK, a terror group.
PKK leaders endorse links with the YPG. Yet Washington continues to work with the Syria-based terror outfit.
The US Treasury department’s recent decision to lift sanctions in areas, where the Assad regime has no real control, will largely benefit the YPG/PKK terrorist group, according to experts.
The US president can do much more than talk to persuade Putin to allow humanitarian aid into Syria.
A New York Times investigation found that the US military tried to hide the 2019 Syria strike, which “was one of the largest civilian casualty incidents of the war against Daesh” with 70 reported deaths.
Despite recent Russian military escalation against the Syrian National Army (SNA), negotiation remains an essential tool for all parties to draw the future map of control in northern Syria.
CENTCOM aims to limit the imminent Turkish-Syrian operation in Syria, but its actions reflect a bigger problem in US civil-military relations.
The people of northeast Syria are being forced to fight in a battle they say they didn’t choose.
By shifting its policy in Syria, the Biden administration could ease the US’ regional burden, allowing it to turn its attention to China.
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