March 12, 2014

Working with Iran on Syria

Jonathan Stevenson, New York Times

The Associated Press

For almost three years, America’s approach to Syria has revolved around pushing Russia to use its influence on President Bashar al-Assad to drive a political transition in the country. Even before the crisis in Crimea put Washington’s diplomatic relationship with Moscow on ice, this was a failed strategy.

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TAGGED: Iran, Syria, Middle East

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