The Syria conflict thread

kel

Ostrich
I've been seeing videos of parliments in east Asia, south Asia, the middle east erupting into brawls for years. Usually it'd be on the Daily Show or some shit like that and we were supposed to laugh at them. Seems preferable to the asshole sandwich we've got of two parties politely disagreeing on process and points of order but working in unison to fuck the world. Seems to me a lot of members of congress (for starts) could use a good punch in the face.
 

Louis IX

Pelican
Erdogan's mistake is to be on too many fronts.
Regarding Karabagh , I am curious to know which side is helping Armenia. I know that USA was involved , but the russian-armenian relations (a bit like russian-georgian) relations are a bit of a rollercoaster.

Azerbaijan will mostly be helped by Turkey.

Russia is technically selling weapons to both , but i am not sure.
 
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Can't make this shit up


Happened a couple of days ago. Major development yet it went totally below the radar


Saudi minister of state foreign affairs hinting at the Saudis acquiring nuclear weapons (if Iran does so)

They already have the agreement with Pakistan

 
The Syrian National Army (fancy name for a band of bandits/jihadists that follow Turkey's orders) have started an attack on Ain Issa. Their goal is to cut the M4 highway and take over the city+ countryside

The territory is held by the YPG. No word from the Turkish MoD so far.

After the Turkish attacks in 2019 Russia moved into the area to do joint patrols with the YPG and SAA. It's likely that there has been some negotiating behind the scene and Russia will let Turkey grab this city in return for some favours elsewhere




 
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