Search: USA,Turkey,Russia (45 materials)


Would S-400 Deployment in Libya be Acceptable for Russia and US?

... tactic they neglected to implement for the Syrian civil war. The good relations between President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have played a decisive role in overcoming pitfalls in bilateral issues. This amiable relationship ... ... the international media, the U.S. is seeking, through a draft defense budget in 2021, to purchase Russian S-400 missiles from Turkey. Moscow responded to these reports via Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation spokesperson Maria Vorobyova,...


Playing Pick-Up-Sticks in Libya — 2

... that groups whose members had been trained by SADAT included ISIS and Al-Nusra.” Turkey’s support for the GNA had significantly influenced the restoration of the balance... ... Bashagha of the GNA and Vice President of the Presidency Council Ahmed Maiteeq trading accusations. Such discord within the GNA can be linked to Bashagha’s growing personal... ... growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood (a terrorist organization that is banned in Russia) with whom Bashagha has connections . Bashagha’s rise to prominence has angered...


Erdogan’s Neo-Ottoman Empire in the making-what does the West want?

... Assad´s powerstrugglke with his oiligrach cousin and the Caesar santction Act oft he USA will bring the Assad regime tot he brink of econmic collapse and will cause capital... ... militias and the Muslim Brotherhood would now see a chance to seize power? Would Russia support the cousin if he guarantees them their military bases in Tartus and... ... become an easy victim for Islamists and the Muslim Brotherhood? Wouldn´t Erdogan-Turkey use this opportunity to get rid of the cousin with the Islamist murder militias...


Greece and Russia: Back to the Truman Doctrine?

Despite the public relations spin on events, little has altered since the assassination of Greece’s first pro-Russian leader, Count Kapodistrias Britain’s well-known keenness to keep Russia, and then the Soviet Union, and now again ... .... They are spearheaded by the American Hellenic Institute, and lobby constantly to try and persuade the US to be firmer with Turkey on the Cyprus question. Yet they are by and large also anti-communist, and therefore anti-Russian, as if the Cold War is ...


2020 Forecast: Revealing the Future of the Middle East

... region is divided based on each country’s national interests which contradict other states. Regarding the civil war in Libya, security will aggravate in the country, mainly in Tripoli, unless an agreement is reached among militant groups in addition to Turkey, the UAE, Qatar, Egypt, the USA and Russia. The impeachment process of US President Donald Trump and the US role in the MENA region would determine the future of conflicts in many countries starting from Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Libya and the future government in Lebanon, Iraq and Algeria, Turkey ...


Annergret Kramp-Karrenbauer and her revolutionary foreign policy objectives for Germany

... we are together. In fact, the NATO partners in the cold war generally followed their promises to confront former Soviet Union, which was supposed to be the number one geo-political adversary to the NATO. But in our day, the cracks are emerging, while Turkey despite the warnings of the NATO other members, decided to reach a deal with Russia to purchase Russian made S-400 defense system. Furthermore, the country against the will of other NATO members launched offensive in northern Syria. It seems that Turkish president’s cooperation with the NATO’s geo-strategic opponent was more ...


Syrian Unity Is Impossible without a Deal between Russia, the USA and Turkey

... Syria will need is impossible to predict. B) The second scenario is more constructive, but also allows a temporary division of Syria. Russia and the United States could hold a major international conference with the participation of representatives from Russia, the USA, Turkey, the Arab League and Iran. They must both commit themselves to guarantee the territorial integrity of Syria. However, the complete withdrawal of foreign troops and unification should occur after the political transformation. It should be based ...


The Syrian Crisis Is Now Russia’s to Resolve

... withdrawal creates an opportunity and a challenge for Moscow. The withdrawal of American forces from Syria is said to be a gift to Russia. As the sole power from outside the Middle East with military forces and political influence in Syria, Russia may indeed ... ... unpalatable possibility of a direct collision between its allies in Ankara and Damascus. Russia is unlikely to have endorsed Turkey’s invasion, which threatened its system of regional balance. Russia owes its success in Syria so far to its ability ...


Russian Diplomacy with Turkey over Syria

... implement similar programs in other countries? Turkey is the first test case for the “BOO” program and its success hinges on Turkey’s ability to pay back Russia for its first nuclear power plant. The U.S. does not have popular domestic support to run a full-scale military operation in Syria. The U.S. had spent years fighting in the neighboring country of Iraq where it suffered thousands of casualties and in Afghanistan, after nearly two decades, the U.S. continues to fight the War on Terror. This explains ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
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