Syria, and a host of other U.S. concerns in the Middle East, can't be dealt with in isolation.
How can the United States protect itself in cyberspace without provoking international fears?
A more hands-off Middle East policy—like Great Britain's approach to the Confederacy—is worth weighing.
Giving a warning before launching a coup said a lot about the military's political aims.
The Saudis and Qataris get most of the attention, but Kuwaiti donors also have eagerly opened their purses to Syria's rebels.
A troubled land has bred a troubled diaspora.
A tour of the many U.S. interests the assistance serves.
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