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A Big Vin For Erdogan

By Erkan Arikan (DW) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart have agreed to extend the ceasefire in northern Syria by six days. The deal they made benefits Erdogan more than anyone else, DW’s Erkan Arikan writes.
Turkish news channels ran a countdown clock at the top of their screens to let the country [...]

What US Congress Should Do Regarding Syria

By: David L. Phillips - On Wednesday, President Trump announced that his administration would lift sanctions on Turkey after its president Tayyip Erdogan agreed to a “permanent ceasefire” in northern Syria. Lifting sanctions should not be a reward for egregious behavior. Rather, sanctions should be punitive, a strategic response to Turkey’s unprovoked cross-border attack that killed [...]

Putin – Erdogan Agree on Kurds Out of Safe Zone

WEBPUBLICAPRESS (NEW YORK) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Oct. 22 agreed on a new accord for the creation of a safe zone in Syria’s north along the Turkish border, Turkish Hurriyet daily News reported from Istanbul.
According to the deal, the status quo in the “Operation Peace Spring” zone will be preserved.
In 150 hours [...]

UN Women Is Criticized for Appearing to Take Sides on Decriminalizing ‘Sex Work’

By Barbara Crossette, PassBlue - NEW YORK (IDN) – A group of civil society organizations is warning that a growing global movement to decriminalize and rebrand prostitution as “sex work” could lead to more, not less, violence against the world’s most vulnerable women and girls.
The critics are petitioning UN Women, which is leading a review of the results of the 1995 Fourth World [...]

Germany is for Nacional Security Zone in Syria

By Maximiliane Koschyk and Austin Davis (DW) - The current situation in Syria “requires a stronger European initiative,” said Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer in an interview with DW. A deployment of German troops to the region, however, must be decided by parliament.
  Germany calls for international safe zone in Syria

Germany’s proposal for the establishment of an internationally controlled security zone [...]

UN’s 75th Anniversary Shadowed by Right-Wing Nationalism, Widespread Authoritarianism & Budgetary Cuts

By Thalif Deen – UNITED NATIONS  - When the six much-ballyhooed high-level UN meetings concluded late September, there were mixed feelings about the final outcomes.
And civil society organizations (CSOs), who were mostly disappointed with the results, are now gearing themselves for two upcoming key climate summit meetings: COP25 in Santiago, Chile in December and COP26 [...]

Peter Handke Was a Wrong Choice by Nobel

By Susan Shapiro and Kenan Trebinčević - The Swedish Academy just blew it big time. Again. After postponing last year’s award due to a #MeToo rape scandal, they promised to mend their male-oriented, Eurocentric ways. Awarding the Nobel in literature and more than $915,000 to the genocide-denying accused misogynist Peter Handke makes it the noxious prize. [...]

Why Handke Gets Nobel

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) NEW YORK – In a series of public disagreements arguing why Austrian writer Peter Handke shouldn’t receive 2019 year Nobel prize for literature one of the best comes from British Guardian, quoting many against. Here is how they put it rightly so:
” Twenty years before Peter Handke would become a Nobel laureate, he won another [...]

Turkey Benefit US Retreat

By David Philips – Turkish war planes and artillery are attacking Kurdish positions in North and East Syria; Turkey’s foot soldiers, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), are massing at the border poised to attack. Terrorism is resurgent under Turkey’s protection. The FSA is a terrorist gang with a sordid history of atrocities and ties to [...]

UN May Run Out of Money

By Thalif Deen – UNITED NATIONS  - The UN’s smoldering cash crisis, which has threatened staff salaries and payments to vendors, has triggered strong reactions and rattled the over 6,400 staffers who work in the 39-storeyed Secretariat building in New York.
The proposed cuts in spending, which also cover about 37,500 UN staffers worldwide, excluding over [...]

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