January 12, 2014
Syria and the Perils of Proxy War
Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times
The Associated Press
Two big powers, Iran and Saudi Arabia, have squared off in a competition for dominance in much of the Arab Middle East. Other countries are either choosing sides or nervously trying to protect themselves from the spillover. And the United States finds itself uncomfortably in the middle.
TAGGED: Iran, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, Syria