Sep 19, 2015

U.S. should consider partnering with Russia on Syrian crisis - San Francisco Chronicle

The Syrian crisis is only getting worse, and President Obama’s effort to train an Islamic State opposition army without propping up Syria’s authoritarian President Bashar al-Assad has been a failure. There’s a growing Russian military presence near Latakia, a Syrian coastal city, and Putin said on Friday that Russia would consider sending in troops if Assad asks for them. If Russian diplomats...

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