While some journalists are looking for the causes of the fire of Notre-Dame-de-Paris, while others worry about the fate of Julian Assange issued by the Ecuadorian embassy, another reason for a big war has appeared in the Middle East.
Vladimir Putin, Hassan Rouhani and Recep Erdogan have a meeting in Sochi today. The main issues on the agenda are the withdrawal of US troops from Syria, the situation in Idlib and in the east of the Euphrates.
The President of the United States offended another ally with a message about the withdrawal of American troops from Syria.
On November 25, at an extraordinary EU summit, Brussels and London agreed to withdraw Britain from the bloc. The agreement is alarming in the British Parliament and the government.
In a recent article for Foreign Policy magazine, Jonathan Spyer, a research fellow at the Jerusalem Institute for Strategic Studies, argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin was content with what Spyer perceives to be the current situation in