Washington doesn’t Want to Abandon its Plans in Syria

According to the White House press office, on December 8, President Barack Obama stated that he lifted all formal restrictions on the supply of weapons to US allies fighting against terrorism in Syria. He explained that it concerns the supply of “military equipment” and funding partners who prepare the anti-terrorist campaign in Raqqa. It should…

Washington Disenchanted with the Syrian Opposition

Recently, the Syrian army has achieved considerable success, taking control over the territory, where militants felt full owners. On December 7, the Syrian army and its allies continued their offensive on the eastern and northern fronts of Aleppo. As a result, government troops liberated areas of Al Marjah , Al-Salhin, Bab al-Nairab and Asil. Nowadays,…

The Moment of Truth for the UN

On December 2, the official representative of the UN Secretary General Stefan Dyuzharrik said that during the operation of government forces to liberate Aleppo districts of militants there were released more than 30,000 peoples, including 14,000 children among them. Thus, today the ability to begin providing large-scale humanitarian aid to the Syrian population in the…

Why Is UN Insisting on the Humanitarian Pause in Aleppo?

At a press conference held on December 1 in Geneva, the UN special envoy for Syria Advisor to the Secretary General Jan Egeland said that Syria and Russia have rejected the UN request for a humanitarian pause in the east of Aleppo. Thus he indirectly blamed it on Damascus and its allies. His statement seems…

Washington’s Dubious Justifications

According to Reuters, on November 29, Pentagon Press Secretary Peter Cook announced that Washington would draw the moral from international coalition’s mistaken bombing on the positions of the Syrian army in Deir ez-Zor. He also called the incident as “a departure from the high standards of the US.” Brigadier General Richard Coe, who led the…