Self-interest sinks hopes for peace


Self-interest sinks hopes for peace

In the second half of 2016, a glimmer of hope emerged that could bring peace to the region, particularly to Syria. First, Turkey, the neighboring country, and Russia, one of the countries most affected by what happens in the region, moved to establish the core of an alliance. In a very short time, an environment of mutual trust was formed. The participation of Iran in the alliance has become an occasion to prevent sectarian conflicts. Saudi Arabia and Israel entered into a partial rapprochement with their common energy policies. The Central Asian Republics, especially Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, started to give open and secret support to the alliance. For the security of Afghanistan, Iran and West Asia, Pakistan must be included in this new formation.

English language daily based in Kashmir Monitor published Harun Yahya’s article.

http://www.harunyahya.com/en/Articles/240431/Self-interest-sinks-hopes-for-peace

http://www.kashmirmonitor.in/Details/116861/self-interest-sinks-hopes-for-peace

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