Sep 29, 2015

Imperial overreach: How Putin’s move into Syria could bring his government down

It's unclear why Putin thinks embarking on a second military operation before the first one has ended is a good idea. Russia also lacks all the tactical advantages in Syria that it enjoyed in Ukraine.

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