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Though UN has failed in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has secured peace among great powers: CIS-EMO director

Though UN has failed in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has secured peace among great powers: CIS-EMO director

It seems that the principle of state sovereignty, which is a central concept in the post-world wars era, is now being redefined by the behavior of superpowers and new international coalitions. Read more about Though UN has failed in Iraq and Afghanistan, it has secured peace among great powers: CIS-EMO director

"Limited movement of the coalition": Iraq began preparations for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country

"Limited movement of the coalition": Iraq began preparations for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country

The Iraqi authorities began preparations for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the territory of the state, restricting the movement of the international coalition to combat IS *. Her activities in the country will be limited to consultations, arms transfers and training for Iraqi troops, while coalition forces will leave Iraq. This decision was made after the death of Iranian General Kassem Suleimani on the night of January 3 as a result of US air strikes in the vicinity of Baghdad airport. The representative of the commander in chief of the armed forces of Iraq, Abdel Kerim Half, called the US strikes in the country stupid. Read more about "Limited movement of the coalition": Iraq began preparations for the withdrawal of foreign troops from the country

Now the truth emerges: how the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq (The Guardian)

The war on terror launched 14 years ago by George Bush, is tying itself up in ever more grotesque contortions. On Monday the trial in London of a Swedish man, Bherlin Gildo, accused of terrorism in Syria, collapsed after it became clear British intelligence had been arming the same rebel groups the defendant was charged with supporting. Read more about Now the truth emerges: how the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq (The Guardian)