Syrian Civil War
Trump’s attack on Syria sets the United States on a dangerous course while raising questions about who’s really in charge in Washington.
An apparent chemical attack by the Assad government has thrown a wrench into President Trump’s plans to wind down the Syrian civil war.
The United States’ reluctant and largely invisible secretary of state made no apparent progress in his stop in Turkey.
King Abdullah’s position isn’t as secure as some Western leaders might assume.
An ambitious new force expansion and U.S. and Russian deployments in Kurdish-held territory all suggest that Turkey’s Euphrates Shield is not marginalizing the YPG.
The Kremlin could learn a lot from Washington’s costly adventures in Afghanistan and Iraq.