Σάββατο, 14 Ιουνίου 2014

But de la coalition EIIL-Turquie-Arabie saoudite-Qatar [et Otan ?] en Irak

Mondialisation.ca, juin 13, 2014
Url de l'article:
http://www.mondialisation.ca/but-de-la-coalition-eiil-turquie-arabie-saoudite-qatar-et-otan-en-irak/5386871

En bref :
En Irak, l’armée régulière a vacillé et les villes de deux provinces, Ninawa [Ninive] et Salah ad-din, sont rapidement tombées devant l’avancée de DAECH [EIIL : État Islamique en Irak et au Levant], alors même qu’il perdait ses positions dans la région d’Al-Anbar.
Cette nouvelle donne s’est produite grâce à la complicité de certains éléments de l’armée de l’ancien régime irakien et de partisans, dirigés par Izzat al-Douri [1], qui les ont rejoints.

Political romance between BiH, Turkey not bringing great results



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Deeply rooted in interpersonal historical and cultural links, the bilateral relations between Turkey and BiH during the past several decades have grown to a romanticized and emotional linkage, not just friendly but brotherly, but on the economic level they aren’t contributing results, says the organization Populari in a report on BiH-Turkey relations, Patria reports.
In its newest report, the think tank Populari, which is supported by the Balkan Trust for Democracy of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMFUS), poses the question of whether something greater than political flirtation exists in these relations. “Given the ever greater political and economic significance of Turkey on the global and regional scene, development of good cooperation of BiH with such a strong friend definitely deserves special attention,” the report states.
But according to the Populari report, titled “Political Romance: Relations between Turkey and BiH,” the links that often are represented as idyllic on the side of politicians of both countries, in reality have not created significant results.