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Why the first lady’s Saudi style is a big deal

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The National staff

RIYADH // High profile women are accustomed to having their fashion choices scrutinised. But when the woman is an ex-model, married to the US president and accompanying him to Saudi Arabia, fashion becomes political.

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Did Flynn Mislead Pence on Turkey, Too?

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A Pence ally calls Flynn’s actions part of a “pattern” of “malpractice or intentional” misleading of the vice president.
 
By Gabrielle Levy, US News
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Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador

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By Greg Miller and Greg Jaffe, Washington Post

President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former U.S. officials, who said Trump’s disclosures jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State.

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A promising chapter in Turkey-US relations begins

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By Taha Meli Avas, daily Sabah

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan meets with U.S. President Donald Trump today at the White House. 

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US and Turkey: The Balkanization of the Middle East

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by James Petras, http://dissidentvoice.org

For the past 20 years Washington has aggressively pursued the age-old imperial strategy of ‘divide and conquer’ throughout the Middle East, Southwest Asia and East Africa. 

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Erdogan visit to US has Gulen supporters holding their breath

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Followers of controversial Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen appear to be on the back foot globally. Is America one of their safer bets?

By James Reinl, Middle East Eye

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Can Russia, Europe Cooperate to Solve Libya's Crisis?

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Since Trump seems ready and willing to stay out of it Moscow sees an opportunity to engage with Europe to help solve the crisis in Libya
 
By Vasily Kuznetsov
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CENTCOM places Turkey-US reset at risk

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By Burhanettin Duran, Daily Sabah

On n Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump approved a plan to arm the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) after meeting with a delegation of senior Turkish officials at the White House. Washington is ignoring Turkey's warnings about the adverse effects of empowering the People's Protection Units (YPG) - the PKK's Syrian franchise that forms the core of the SDF – regarding the future of Syria and regional stability. By signing off on the plan, President Trump sided with the Obama holdovers at CENTCOM and turned down Turkey's proposal to fight against Daesh together.

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How to read Trump’s blow to Turkey on Syrian Kurds

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By Cengiz Çandar, Al Monitor

There should be no doubt that President Donald Trump’s approval of a plan to directly arm Kurdish forces in Syria is a severe, devastating blow to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s obstinate efforts to undermine the relationship of the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party and the People's Protection Units (YPG) with Washington.

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