February 3, 2013

If Israel Strikes Syria Again, All Bets Are Off

Shashank Joshi, Daily Telegraph

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With every passing week, we see more and more evidence that Syria’s civil war is both seeping out of the country’s borders and, like a flame sucking in oxygen, is pulling regional powers in at the same time.

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