U.S. Role In The World

Syria: Can Trump’s anti-Iran Strategy Survive Hostilities with Turkey?

By Scott Peterson ● Christian Science Monitor ● 01/22/2018

As Russia, Iran, and the US strive to establish facts on the ground to maximize their chances of shaping postwar Syria, Turkey is posing a challenge to a key piece of the Trump administration’s emerging policy.

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