July 1, 2014

The Real Red Line in the Middle East

David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

If ISIS attacks Jordan, neither the United States nor Israel will be able to stay out of the fray.

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TAGGED: Syria, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Islamic State, ISIS, Middle East

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