Κουρδικό Ζήτημα κ Κεμαλισμός:Εκφάνσεις Ασυμβατότητας,Οντολογία κ η Εικοσαετής Σύγκρουση 1980-2000,Civitas Gentium

The Kurdish Issue & Kemalism:aspects of incompatibility, ontology & the twenty year conflict 1980-2000 Civitas Gentium,V.8,N.1(2020)

https://www.academia.edu/44693355/%CE%9A%CE%BF%CF%85%CF%81%CE%B4%CE%B9%CE%BA%CF%8C_%CE%96%CE%AE%CF%84%CE%B7%CE%BC%CE%B1_%CE%BA%CE%B1%CE%B9_%CE%9A%CE%B5%CE%BC%CE%B1%CE%BB%CE%B9%CF%83%CE%BC%CF%8C%CF%82_%CE%95%CE%BA%CF%86%CE%AC%CE%BD%CF%83%CE%B5%CE%B9%CF%82_%CE%91%CF%83%CF%85%CE%BC%CE%B2%CE%B1%CF%84%CF%8C%CF%84%CE%B7%CF%84%CE%B1%CF%82_%CE%9F%CE%BD%CF%84%CE%BF%CE%BB%CE%BF%CE%B3%CE%AF%CE%B1_%CE%BA%CE%B1%CE%B9_%CE%B7_%CE%95%CE%B9%CE%BA%CE%BF%CF%83%CE%B1%CE%B5%CF%84%CE%AE%CF%82_%CE%A3%CF%8D%CE%B3%CE%BA%CF%81%CE%BF%CF%85%CF%83%CE%B7_1980_2000_Civitas_Gentium

What does Turkey want from Europe in Syria

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“But what Turkey wants immediately is “strong backing” from its Western allies against Russia”

“Many European countries think the trouble Turkey got itself into was its own making”

https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/opinion/barcin-yinanc/what-does-turkey-want-from-europe-in-syria-152707

Syria: Statement by the High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell

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The ongoing renewed fighting in and around Idlib represents a serious threat to international peace and security. It is causing an untold human suffering among the population, and having a grave impact on the region and beyond. The European Union needs to redouble efforts to address this terrible human crisis with all the means at its disposal.

I am therefore calling for an extraordinary meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council next week to discuss the unfolding situation, in particular at the request of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece.’

https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/75344/syria-statement-high-representativevice-president-josep-borrell_en

The End of History and the Last Map – FOREIGN POLICY

Cartography and conflict in the post-Cold War world.

‘The challenges of mapping global peace and prosperity were already evident 75 years ago, when Americans began to articulate a new liberal internationalist vision for the future. The end of World War II, like the end of the Cold War, led some to imagine that the world was entering an unprecedented era of international peace. Earnest optimism about this postwar world took particularly fanciful form in two striking—yet strikingly unrealistic—maps. The first is the cartographer Leslie Macdonald Gill’s 1942 map of the Atlantic Charter, which visualized U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s promise for the peace that would follow an Allied victory. Rays of sun shine down on a world engaged in commerce and industry while a man in the corner hammers artillery into ploughshares. Borders between countries are still demarcated but only barely, with dotted lines that disappear under all the bustle’

The End of History and the Last Map

Idlib and Its Environs / The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

Narrowing Prospects for a Rebel Holdout

‘In this Policy Note filled with local insights, jihadism expert Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi presents the current scene in and around Idlib province, the last Syrian outpost still run by independent rebels. Absent an intervention by Turkey, the Assad regime will likely prevail in a campaign that quashes the insurgency at a high humanitarian cost”

https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/idlib-and-its-environs-narrowing-prospects-for-a-rebel-holdout

Ehemalige Chefanklägerin Carla Del Ponte im Interview: «Erdogan sollte angeklagt werden»

26/10/2019 Carla del Ponte: Erdoğan sollte angeklagt werden Der türkische Präsident Tayyip Erdogan sollte wegen Kriegsverbrechen bei der Invasion in Nordsyrien angeklagt werden, sagt Carla del Ponte, die ehemalige Chefanklägerin des Internationalen Strafgerichtshofs in Den Haag. Wie die Schweizer Juristin … Continue reading

Cynicism in Syria -PS

The Turkish Army’s offensive against Kurdish-held territories in northern Syria exposes the true complexity of the Syrian crisis. Turkey and the US, both founding members of NATO, now face the real risk of an escalation that could lead to a direct armed confrontation – one that Russia would watch with satisfaction.

https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/turkey-us-conflict-kurds-by-dominique-moisi-2018-01

Russia in Syria: Life After the Islamic State-The Jamestown Foundation

The fall of the main Islamic State (IS) strongholds in Syria challenges Moscow to become more focused on the political process of conflict settlement. Nevertheless,… MORE