Three countries. One conflict.
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.
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