As the violence in Syria builds, powers outside the region are unable or unwilling to do much more than send in more weapons and watch what happens next. But this is no ordinary civil war. It is a conflict of growing consequence for much of the Middle East and, as it generates new risks across the region, it will become much more difficult for foreign powers to remain aloof. Continue reading »
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