Deconstructing Syria: Towards a regionalized strategy for a confederal country
U.S. policy towards Syria since the Arab spring uprisings of 2011 has been a litany of miscalculation, frustration, and tragedy for the people of that ill-fated land. Michael O'Hanlon examines the situation in the region and offers potential ways forward in the conflict.
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