Colorado Springs World Affairs Council Interview on Colorado Public Radio

Turkey is waging an offensive in neighboring Syria. The target: Kurdish fighters. The Kurds played a central role in helping the United States take on ISIS. Still, Turkey’s move came with U.S. help. Is this an example of the Trump Administration turning its back on an ally or choosing to stand alongside a different one?

Karl Schneider, board member of the Colorado Springs World Affairs Council, says the answer is complicated.

Listen here: https://www.cpr.org/show-segment/the-complicated-relationship-between-the-u-s-turkey-and-the-kurds/

Become a Member
member icon
JOIN TODAY »
SUPPORT WAC
DONATE TO CSWAC »
Top Stories

New Position: Membership and Program Coordinator

Dec 22, 2020 · We're Hiring!Do you want to join our mission for education and engagement on world affairs? We are bringing a Part- Time Membership and Program Coordinator on board! Find ... Read More

Fall 2020 International Visitor Program Newsletter Released

Sep 30, 2020 · Read our newest e-newsletter to see how Colorado Springs World Affairs Council is staying connected with the world during a pandemic.Read More

Fall / Winter Schedule Available!

Sep 9, 2020 · Download here: https://csworldaffairs.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/2020-Fall-Events-flyer-9.8.pdfRead More

Statement on Black Lives Matter

Jun 9, 2020 · In the aftermath of George Floyd’s tragic death, the Black Lives Matter protests have become a global movement. Demonstrations in solidarity with the U.S. marches are occurring throughout ... Read More

Upcoming Events
Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!