The Endgame in Syria
The Endgame in Syria
The Strategy That Dares Not Speak Its Name

Obama needs Putin’s help in Syria more than Putin needs Obama’s.

The Endgame in Syria
Flabbergasted Again

Iran and Russia are coordinating on Syria, while the White House is caught flat-footed.

The Endgame in Syria
Fecklessness 101

In 2012, the Russians offered to ditch Assad—and the Administration refused.

The Endgame in Syria
Russia into Syria?

Russian troops are on the ground, and more may be coming.

The Endgame in Syria
Administration Abandons Failed Syria Program

The Obama Administration may quietly be dropping its commitment to the failed, U.S.-run fighter scheme in Syria. But is the alternative any more practical?

The Endgame in Syria
When Does Farce Become a Threat?

The U.S.-trained force of fighters in Syria, originally 60 men, continues to bleed strength—and U.S. prestige.

The Endgame in Syria
The Administration’s Comedy of Errors in Syria

Al Nusra captures 18 U.S.-trained rebels—or 30 percent of our force.

The Endgame in Syria
More Magical Thinking in Syria

The Administration rules out no fly zone with Turkey and much else—while still wanting the same result.

The Endgame in Syria
Administration Won’t Take “Yes” for an Answer in Syria

Turkey offers a no-fly zone. U.S. Department of State says no.

The Endgame in Syria
Surprise! Assad Still Has Chemical Weapons

A year after the U.S. celebrated a diplomatic agreement on WMDs, cheating comes to light.

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