The Shiite militia risks its standing at home as it helps Assad.
The old sectarian tensions are reawakening as Syria burns.
Will the flypaper theory of counterterrorism work in Syria?
Israel's intervention in Lebanon was a long-running disaster. Increased involvement in Syria may turn out the same way.
As America considers involvement in Syria, it ought remember the past debacle in its neighbor.
The prime minister's resignation doesn't mean Beirut is about to fall into Syrian chaos.
The Bulgaria bombing might force a change.
Israel's attack in Syria shouldn't kick off a regional war, but it might help the embattled dictator.
The Israeli airstrike fits a pattern of seeking absolute short-term security that may harm its long-term interests.
The opposition coalition Hollande is considering arming is barely deserving of the word “coalition.”
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