Oct 10, 2015

Checkmate: Obama's Syrian Disaster @huffingtonpost.com

via WordLink - Sukhoi Su-25 fighters landing at Basel al-Assad air base in Latakia, September 2015 The Syrian Civil War is entering a third and potentially very dangerous phase in its continuing evolution. It began as a purely domestic crisis, became steadily internationalized as other countries intervened, and it now risks becoming a full blown Russian-American cold war proxy conflict. This is...

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