The regional upheaval actually benefits the Jewish state.
Romney's recent comments on the Middle East are about politicking, not policy.
Regime change in Syria could spell domestic trouble for the Iraqi strongman.
Syria. The Arab Spring. Regional strife. The Saudi king's conference will have no shortage of agenda items.
The Turkish prime minister should be as worried about Bashir as he is about Bashar.
Ankara's domestic troubles and sectarian tensions are being played out abroad.
Stage-managing the emergence of a new regime is not the only way to do good.
The recent bombing raised the stakes in Damascus. But the story is not over.
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Moscow has sent warships to the port of Tartus. But there won't be many compatriots to meet them at the dock.
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Russia isn't the only rising power helping Assad stay in power.
As Moscow sends a naval sqaudron to its Syrian facility, the Kremlin weighs the pros and cons of Assad's fall.
Erdogan's former allies in Damascus now threaten the delicate balance he maintains in Turkey.
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