Iran’s hard-liners are newly emboldened by the urge to secure Syria.
The Gulf dispute could lead to food price increases, which would vastly intensify social unrest.
Half a century later, there are still U.S. soldiers stationed in Europe, Japan and South Korea. Is Washington willing to do the same in Afghanistan?
Washington’s foreign policy was leading the country into war in Syria and Iraq.
The United States needs to think soberly about its next steps—and not stumble into a clash with Russia that it neither foresees nor desires.
The question is no longer whether America can shape a coalition of like-minded nations to fight terrorism, but whether it can dampen a burgeoning confrontation.
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