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Syria Is Everyone's Concern

While Russia’s involvement in Syria narrows options for the global coalition, it does not limit them. As deeper American involvement in the Syrian civil war appears imminent, America’s national security community needs to have the talk. What is the talk, you ask? Putin’s strategic aim in Syria is to prop up Assad and push out the international community. And it is past such time a global coalition should push back.
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