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What next for the US in Syria: The known verus the unknown

This week the Lowy Institute published a new Analysis by Thomas Wright: The 2016 Presidential Campaign and the Crisis of US Foreign Policy. In this, Wright drills down into Donald Trump's world view and how the world might react to a Trump presidency. Importantly, given the GOP candidate's slide in the polls is expected to continue this week, Wright also explores the nature of Hillary Clinton's internationalism and the 'subtle but significant shift in emphasis' that could play out under a Clinton presidency as compared to Barack Obama.
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