Selected Articles: The Russian Withdrawal from Syria. Implications and Consequences.

russia syria flagMoscow Announces “Mission Accomplished”. Russian Forces Withdraw from Syria?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, March 14 2016

The announcement indicates that the real “war on terrorism” has largely been won by Syrian government forces with the support of Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.

putin3Russia’s Military Aims Achieved, Putin Switches to Diplomacy

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, March 16 2016

The American presstitutes are captives of their own propaganda and are now surprised at the failure of their propagandistic predictions.

Russia-Syria-Flag-BlendWhat the Russian “Withdrawal” from Syria Means and What It Doesn’t

By Brandon Turbeville, March 16 2016

 At the crux of this opposition to the Russia move, of course, is the fundamental misunderstanding of what the “withdrawal” actually is.

An S-400 air defence missile system is deployed for a combat duty at the Hmeymim airbase to provide security of the Russian air group's flights in Syria. © Dmitriy Vinogradov / SputnikRussia Partially Withdraws From Syria, Reinforces its Strategic and Advisory Capabilities. “Settlement of the Crisis by Peaceful Means”?

By South Front, March 15 2016

Russian president Vladimir Putin ordered on Mar.14 the partial withdrawal of the Russian military from Syria, starting from March 15. The Russian support has given the Syrian government has reversed the militants’ momentum. Now, the pro-government forces have the advantage.…

john_kirbyWashington Will Retain Sanctions Until Russia Returns Crimea. John Kerry Says “We Will Not Accept Redrawing Borders”.

By Sputnik, March 16 2016

Washington will not lift the sanctions imposed after the reunification of Crimea with Russia until Moscow decides to “return Crimea to Ukraine,” the spokesman for the US State Department said.

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