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Turkish Military Offensive Cripples Brexit
SF Bay Area, CA – Aggressively, Turkey has launched a new military offensive against US-backed terror militias in Kurdistan. Dutifully, Turkey has committed to long-term stability for the region as US troops withdraw in response. Keenly, Turkey has strengthened economic ties with Iran, Russia and China which diminishes the impact from the Countering
America's Adversaries through Sanctions Act. Meanwhile, Turkey's new military offensive is deemed as not authorized by Syria as US-backed militia linger near the Syria-Turkey border. Contritely, US President Donald Trump said, "The United States was supposed to be in Syria for 30 days, that was many years ago. We stayed and got deeper and
deeper into battle with no aim in sight. When I arrived in Washington, ISIS was running rampant in the area. We quickly defeated 100% of the ISIS Caliphate."
Strategically, US meddling with terror militias from Kurdistan is shifting Turkey away from NATO which cripples Brexit talks. Moreover, Turkey relations with the US are an economic crossroad as US imposed sanctions continue to permeate the region.
Politically, Turkey's military offensive drives the nation away from NATO as new economic sanctions replicate in Europe. Recently, the US imposed new sanctions against Turkish officials, the Ministry of National Defense and the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources. Furthermore, Germany, Britain, France and Italy have sanctioned arm sales to Turkey's military
the new offensive in Kurdistan escalates. Economically, Turkey's new offensive is hindering to Brexit as mediocre US trade policies become infused in Europe.