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Afghan Crisis Continues

By John J. Metzler - UNITED NATIONS — Afghanistan’s seemingly endless conflict continues as civilian causalities in the protracted war are nearly double what they were a decade ago.
According to a UN report there were 11,418 conflict related causalities documented, which includes 3,500 killed. Over 900 children died and another 2,600 were injured in the same period in [...]

After Astana Geneva Again

By Erol Avdovic – UNITED NATIONS (WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – The United Nations has expressed hope to bring back Syrian Peace talks under its roof to Geneva after a rocky start and partial success of the negotiations in the Kazakh capital of Astana.
While this was an important step to end the six-year civil war, nobody — rightly so had a courage [...]

Call for Syrian Ceasefire

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) New York - Turkey and Russia have reached agreement on a proposal to implement a country-wide ceasefire in Syria, Turkish state media reported — according to Radio Deutsche Welle (RDW).

Middle East expert Serhat Erkmen believes if the deal between Turkey, Russia and Iran reached in Moscow is implemented, the balance of power may shift in Syria. [...]

Efforts on Aleppo Truce

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) New York – Speaking in a phone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan late Dec 15, U.S. President Barack Obama praised the role Turkey played in brokering a truce deal in Aleppo that paved the way for the evacuation of thousands of civilians from the besieged city, Turkish daily Harriet reported quoting official White House [...]

UN Chief Prices Oman

By Thalif Deen | UNITED NATIONS – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has singled out Oman as perhaps the only Arab country in the Gulf playing a discreet role – mostly behind-the- scenes – in helping resolve some of the military and political conflicts in the war-ravaged region.

The conflicts include the devastating war in Yemen, the long drawn [...]

Civil Wars Breakup M.East

By Thalif Deen — UNITED NATIONS  (IPS) - As civil wars and cross-border military conflicts continue to escalate in the Middle East, Syria, Iraq and Libya are in danger of breaking up —even as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) continues to make territorial gains in the volatile region.
US Secretary of State John Kerry [...]

New Chapter with West

By Pamela Dockins – The International Atomic Energy Agency on Saturday certified that Iran had met the provisions of the nuclear deal crafted by world powers, a move that cleared the way for Tehran to get relief from crippling international nuclear-related sanctions.

In a joint appearance in Vienna, European Union foreign policy representative Federica Mogherini and Iranian Foreign Minister [...]

Nobel to Tunisian Dialogue

Luis Ramirez – LONDON—(VOA) – Tunisia’s National Dialogue Quartet has won this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for its work in supporting the country’s democratization process in the wake of the so-called “Jasmine Revolution” of 2011.

The announcement came Friday in Oslo from Kaci Kullman Five, head of the Nobel Committee.
The quartet is made up of labor unions as [...]

Bosnian Lessons for Syria

By David L. Phillips — There are striking parallels between Syria today and what happened in Bosnia in the 1990s. More than 100,000 people died and several million were displaced in Bosnia between 1991 and 1995. The conflict between Serbs, Croats, and Bosniak Muslims seemed intractable. However, the US facilitated training and the delivery of sophisticated [...]

Post-Erdogan Era

By David L. Philips – Though the Justice and Development Party (AKP) will win a plurality in Turkey’s parliamentary ballot on November 1, the elections mark the beginning of the end for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turks are tired of autocracy. They are increasingly uncomfortable with Erdogan’s efforts to undermine secular governance, erode the balance of powers, [...]

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