It's imperative that the president does not bring U.S. soldiers into open conflict with the regime.
Today at the Center for the National Interest, Philip Gordon and Michael Singh discussed policy options in the turbulent region.
Broken alliances and competing political factions are emperiling America’s goals.
The United States must recognize that regime change in Syria is a losing strategy that will not work.
Whatever comes after Assad or ISIS will be driven as much from Ankara as from DC.
A policy based primarily on counterproliferation is challenged by its limited use of diplomacy.
The prospect of an accidental military confrontation with Russia and its allies have never been greater
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