The US Secretary of State officially announced in the beginning of this month the withdrawal of the United States from the INF Treaty (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty- the reduction of medium and short-range missiles) signed with Russia in 1987. What are the dimensions of this American withdrawal?
Afghan Taliban sources have reported significant progress in their six-day negotiations with US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha, and that America will withdraw its troops within 18 months after the agreement is concluded. Although the Doha agreement remains a draft mentioned in statement here and there, and is not binding yet, and that another round of negotiations will be held on 25 of this month 2/2019 as reported by Reuters on 27/1/2019... But the central question remains: Did the Taliban fall after these long years of jihad in the American trap? How did that happen? And where are things heading?
The British Parliament voted on 16/1/2019 on the motion of no confidence on May’s government, but she won: (British Prime Minister Theresa May escaped defeat on Wednesday in the House of Commons following a motion of no confidence on her government tabled by the Labour opposition.
The question is: How is there a dispute in the text of the agreement when the ink of its signing is still fresh?! And how can clashes break out minutes after its implementation? So why is there an American and British welcome to the agreement? Is the tragedy of Yemen expected to end with this agreement?
The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, said to American Fox News: "Russia launched an aggressive war against his country when its border guards stopped Ukrainian warships in the Strait of Kerch, which links the Black Sea with the Sea of Azov." After highlighting that incident he added, "Mr. Putin, this is the act of aggression.
We are aware that America has a budget deficit of nearly $20 trillion; my question is of two parts: 1- Is it a debt? And to whom? 2. If so, what prevents it from issuing its own currency, the dollar, which it imposes on the world, though it is not covered with gold and silver, what prevents it from printing enough dollars to fill its deficit?
A reconciliation agreement between Eritrea and Ethiopia was signed in Asmara in July 2018. The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry Spokesman, Meles, confirmed that the Asmara agreement recently signed with Eritrea was by the will of both countries without mediation from any third party. To what extent is this true? Was it free of international and regional influences?