Erdogan’s strategy is quite clear. He says he is going to create a 'safe zone' in northern Syria by driving the 'Kurdish terrorists' out.
After a telephone conversation on Sunday night with Turkey’s strongman president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, U.S. President Donald Trump declared that he had started pulling American troops out of Syria. Photograph courtesy of the U.S. State Department and Gage Skidmore
LONDON, U.K.—Everybody betrays the Kurds. It’s an old Middle Eastern tradition. But given Donald Trump’s reputation for treachery, it’s astonishing how bad he is at it.
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