Erdogan and Obama's differences over Syria feel like a replay of Eisenhower and Menderes.
It may be returning to its deadlier, more centralized pre-9/11 structure.
Sometimes rumors end up having public-policy consequences.
Three countries. One conflict.
Why Russia succeeds and we fail.
It is easy to confuse possibility with responsibility, and policy with inescapable reality.
It's far more than a humanitarian concern.
A broader perspective is necessary for peace to have a chance.
We should try to stop it as soon as possible. But we shouldn't pretend this has been anything but a disaster for our enemies.
The Syria peace talks are on a path to failure, by way of embarrassment.
"If more Syrians are to be saved, we will have to again consider using force to insure the delivery of goods."
A Levant torn asunder.
The United States' last best hope of containing Al Qaeda in Syria isn't pretty.
How America should handle recent rough patches.
Present events continue to demonstrate why staying out was the right move.
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