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US-China trade deal must meet Trump’s demands, or elsePolitics

US-China trade deal must meet Trump’s demands, or else

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator US President Donald J. Trump has campaigned on a ‘tough on China’ policy to US voters,
Western terrorists are coming home to roostMiddle East

Western terrorists are coming home to roost

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Turkey is deporting terrorists to their country of origin. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Tuesday, “Some
Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruptionMiddle East

Iraqi protestors: they demand basic services and an end to corruption

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Nearly 300 protestors in Iraq have been killed, and 9,800 wounded since protests began on October
Geneva is key to Syria’s recoveryMiddle East

Geneva is key to Syria’s recovery

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator The political solution to the Syrian conflict is the task at hand for the constitutional committee
The Syrian Arab Army defends civilians from sectarian terrorist threat in northeastMiddle East

The Syrian Arab Army defends civilians from sectarian terrorist threat in northeast

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have continued to pull back as agreed, while the Syrian Arab
Military conflict between Russia and the US looms large in Deir Ez ZorMiddle East

Military conflict between Russia and the US looms large in Deir Ez Zor

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper explained in a press conference Tuesday, that a new U.S. force
Erdogan sold Baghdadi to Trump, and Trump sold the KURDS to ErdoganMiddle East

Erdogan sold Baghdadi to Trump, and Trump sold the KURDS to Erdogan

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator It is reported by numerous sources that the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead, after
The straw that broke the camel’s back in LebanonMiddle East

The straw that broke the camel’s back in Lebanon

Steven Sahiounie, political analyst and journalist The Lebanese government has read the writing on the wall.  The protesters had spray-painted