June 09, 2017

Is America Getting Sucked Into More War in Syria?

By Ilan Goldenberg and Nicholas Heras

While Washington was fixated this week by former FBI director James Comey’s testimony, on the other side of the planet, a major story was playing out that could have profound consequences for the United States.

Read the full piece on The Atlantic.

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