Is President Trump’s Syrian Policy And Strategy The Right One?

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Lee Smith, The Federalist: 10 Questions To Ask About Trump’s Removal Of Troops From Syria

Trump’s critics appear to believe that backing a Marxist splinter group aligned with the anti-American, pro-Iranian axis in its war against a NATO ally is sound policy.

The U.S. foreign policy establishment has gone into meltdown mode since President Trump announced last week a withdrawal of several dozen troops from a corridor in northern Syria. American forces had been there since 2014, joined with a Kurdish splinter group to fight the notorious Sunni Arab terrorist organization, the Islamic State (ISIS).

Trump made his decision after a phone call with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but it was a long time coming. The Turks have been critical of U.S. support for an armed Kurdish organization they have considered the country’s most serious national security threat for five years. Trump’s move then should be seen in the context of his efforts to undo Obama administration policies, particularly its initiative to tilt away from traditional U.S. allies, like Turkey, and toward the Islamic Republic of Iran.


WNU Editor: The main stream media, pundits and policy experts, and Washington’s political are overwhelming critical of President Trump’s Syrian-Kurd policy and strategy. But are they right? The above analysis is a contrarian point of view.

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