Last thirty days, US President Donald Trump made the abrupt choice to pull the rest of the US troops away from Kurdish-controlled areas in Syria.
The move delivered the country that is fragmented a spiral, disrupting certainly one of its few aspects of security. By withdrawing help from Kurdish forces in the region — which had assisted the united states combat ISIS — Trump started them as much as an offensive that is oncoming Turkey.
Justifying your choice. Trump argued for them to stay in Syria that US forces in the region had already “defeated” ISIS, and that therefore there was no need. Continue reading “Turkey does not wish to carry onto international ISIS fighters but neither does all of those other globe. So how will they’re going?”