🇹🇷 🇸🇾 Could Turkey’s Offensive In Syria Lead To A Quagmire?

The battle in Syria has lasted for almost seven years. And in that point, many regional and worldwide gamers have had a direct influence on what is going on on the bottom. The USA, Russia, and Iran have all been concerned ultimately or one other.

Turkey is in the course of a army operation in northern Syria. It needs to push out Kurdish fighters from the world closest to its southern border.

However it hasn’t been a straightforward struggle. On Saturday, 7 of its troopers have been killed in an operation close to the city of Afrin. That is a Kurdish-controlled enclave in northwestern Syria.

Turkey considers the Kurdish YPG a terrorist organisation and an extension of its outlawed PKK or Kurdistan Staff’ Social gathering – which it has been preventing for many years.

The Turkish army plans to create a 30-kilometer buffer zone close to its southern border.

However how a lot of a problem will that be?

Presenter: Jane Dutton


Bilal Smabur – Professor of Social Sciences at Yildirim Beyazit College.

Vladimir Sotnikov, Senior Researcher on the Institute of Oriental Research, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Ahmed Al-Burai – Lecturer at Istanbul Aydin College.

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