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_creationDateDecember 26, 2018
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_creatorYaron Koren
_fullText{{Item |author=Michael Brendan Dougherty |source=National Review |date=December 21, 2018 |url=https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/12/trump-syria-withdrawal-intervention-questionable/ |quote=If Russia’s prestige has been enhanced in the Middle East, perhaps it is not so much the fecklessness of Ame ...
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AuthorMichael Brendan Dougherty
SourceNational Review
DateDecember 21, 2018
URLhttps://www.nationalreview.com/2018/12/trump-syria-withdrawal-intervention-questionable/
QuoteIf Russia’s prestige has been enhanced in the Middle East, perhaps it is not so much the fecklessness of American intervention and the resolution of Putin, but that Russia simply had the more viable strategy. Russia has intervened on behalf of traditional state actors, Iran and Syria. The United States, since the Arab Spring, has fitfully allied itself with demotic and even revolutionary Sunni movements. The relationships of these movements to Sunni terrorist movements such as Al Nusra and ISIS has been rather fluid.
SummaryLet’s Leave Syria by Michael Brendan Dougherty (National Review, December 21, 2018) (view)

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TopicSyrian civil war
Position_fragmentUnited States is right to withdraw its troops
PositionSyrian civil war / United States is right to withdraw its troops
Position_linkUnited States is right to withdraw its troops
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