British newspaper: Trump to use the most important judgments, not Twitter threats[/size] Twilight News
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Twilight News / The situation in Syria occupies the British press, and is not without a newspaper from analysis or report or an editorial on the situation. The Times talks to the US president in an editorial and asks him to use the right mind, not Twitter, for Syria.
"During the Cold War, the greatest fear of the superpowers was that a proxy war would develop into a nuclear confrontation. In 2018 the world is not divided into two camps, but it is not safer," the newspaper begins.
The United States and Russia are led by two fragile personalities, both of whom have internal concerns that make them think of distracting them from an external affair.
The newspaper says that the violations of Bashar al-Assad should not go without punishment, because if that happened, repeated violations, at the hands of Assad and others, so the British Prime Minister made a right decision to promise British support for any joint military action.
It is believed that the strike is coming, but should not be rushed, according to the newspaper.
More importantly, the strike should not be a substitute for talks aimed at not allowing the Syrian conflict to engulf the region and destroy relations between the United States and Russia.
The newspaper draws criticism to Trump for his style of managing the crisis with tweets that seem fragile, do not help paint a strong, powerful head of state worthy of calculation.
The newspaper says that "his last twitter may have a good impact in Ohio, but in Moscow, it will take away the irony and cynicism."