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Aftermath of the Syrian Raid
Aftermath of the Syrian Raid
As a consequence of the much publicized U.S. raid into Syria, The Wall Street Journal reports “Damascus largely froze high-level diplomatic efforts with the U.S. after an American strike inside the country, a move that threatens support for broader peace initiatives in the Middle East.” An opinion piece from the same source says the raid happened five years too late, while an editorial in the Washington Post says, in effect, “so what?” An opinion article in the LA Times, takes a look a
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As a consequence of the much publicized U.S. raid into Syria, The Wall Street Journal reports “Damascus largely froze high-level diplomatic efforts with the U.S. after an American strike inside the country, a move that threatens support for broader peace initiatives in the Middle East.” An opinion piece from the same source says the raid happened five years too late, while an editorial in the Washington Post says, in effect, “so what?” An opinion article in the LA Times, takes a look at “Bush’s parting shot” from a different angle, stating, “[a]lthough both the outcome and the purpose of this raid remain vague, what’s certain is that the next president is going to pay a heavy diplomatic price for it.”

And as should be expected, Joshua Landis from Syria Comment has comprehensive round-up of the latest analysis here.


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