Without a coordinated plan of action for Syria, there will soon be nothing left for the international community to save.
The failures of the Bush Doctrine should have shown that repressive peace is better than instability.
For Putin, fighting ISIS is just a pretext for his larger strategic machinations.
With the Syrian conflict having passed its two year last month, the casualty count is mounting. An estimated 75000 people have died, and about 2.6 million refugees have been displaced. As the Syrian Free Army struggles to displace Bashar Al-Assad’s powerful minority government, the international community seemingly remains hesitant in its desire to involve itself … Continue reading Playing it Safe: Syria