US Military Chief Gen. Milley Concedes Afghanistan “Strategic Failure” This week, the US military head, General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under pressure to account for America’s defeat in Afghanistan described it as a “strategic failure”, when he provided testimony to the US Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday, along with […]
Headlines: Turkey Extols Booming Defence Industry at International Arms Fair Afghanistan Faces Dire Financial Outlook, Warns Former Central Bank Chief Greatest Foreign Policy Humiliation: Trump Turkey Extols Booming Defence Industry at International Arms Fair The TF aircraft being developed by Turkish Aerospace is arguably the jewel in the crown of an industry that is widely […]
Headlines: • Turkey Holds Keys to U.S. Afghan Pullout, a Potential Problem for Biden • Pakistan Leverages US military Co-operation to Win IMF Concessions • China has Created a Dystopian Hellscape in Xinjiang, Amnesty Report Says
The American President described the allegations of the events that took place during the Ottoman State in 1915 as genocide. The arrogant statement full of lies, issued by the White House on Saturday 24/4/2021, stated the following: “Each year on this day, we remember the lives of all those who died in the Ottoman-era Armenian […]
Headlines: Turkey-US Relations in the Spotlight Again after Biden’s Armenia Statement Pakistan May Still Support the Taliban, but Not Like It Used To Beijing Must Prepare for a Drastic Reversal Ahead of China’s Rise and America’s Fall
Headlines: • US Formally Removes Turkey from F-35 Programme • Pakistan, Afghanistan, Turkey Urge Taliban to Commit to Afghan Peace Talks • Strategic Competition Act Further Pushes China-US ties Toward Confrontation • Biden Uses Russia to Pressure Europe • Chad, Pakistan, illegal Jewish entity • Denmark Targets Muslim Women
Question: The new US administration headed by Biden began attacking China and Russia, and at the same time it began to strengthen partnerships and revive old alliances with some countries. What is America’s policy towards these two countries in particular, and what are its goals? Is this administration different from the previous one?