Turkey’s violent foray into a Kurdish-controlled enclave is another chess move in the Syrian end game.
A new article examines insurgencies in South Asia and concludes ISIS is unlikely to disappear despite the serious reversals it has suffered.
As ISIS retreats across Syria, the US may be heading towards a conflict with Iran, a key beneficiary of that retreat. According to reporting in the journal Foreign Policy, two top White House officials are looking to take on Iran and its allied forces in the war-torn country. The two officials are identified as Ezra... Continue Reading →