After the Manchester attack, the UK is likely to respond, like the rest of Europe, by ramping up police state powers, surveillance, anti-immigrant policies, and military aggression in the Middle East, said political analyst Dan Glazebrook.
Despite European officials talking about increased security measures, the region’s biggest countries are still on high alert, and attacks keep happening. Why does Europe remain so vulnerable? Will the situation change in the foreseeable future? RT discussed with analysts.
Donald Trump portrays himself as a rebel, but in the marquee speech of his Saudi Arabian visit yesterday he displayed once again that he will not betray the fundamental doctrines of the US establishment.
It remains to be seen whether Washington will get behind the Russian-backed de-escalation deal on Syria, analysts say. However, if we’re looking at America’s national interests, there is a lot for Washington to take advantage of here.
For five years, Ankara has put itself at the forefront of the American plan to overthrow the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad, and at huge cost to itself, but now it has been completely isolated, says Dan Glazebrook, geopolitical analyst.
What is the global counterterrorism strategy? Why is there a lack of international cooperation on fighting terrorism? Are unilaterally approved actions justified in tackling Syria crisis? RT asked UN Under-Secretary-General Jeffrey Feltman.