Turkey needs to push Putin to enforce cease-fire from Assad's alliesThere are still a number of hurdles toward getting any move forward with Russia-backed peace talks. The priority has shifted though from the moderate opposition forces, who insist that if Assad's fighters cannot respect the cease-fire, then they will not even attend, which would scupper any hopes of success in Geneva later in Februarymore
The slogan "no taxation without representation" comes from the American Revolution. It represents the displeasure of the original 13 Colonies against the British Empire, and...
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