Middle East Vol.8 (Syria Vol.2)


Trump’s “Red Line” Moment in Syria? (04/12/2018) | BENNETT SEFTEL @thecipherbrief
The International Community Will Not Tolerate the Normalization of the Use of Chemical Weapons | James A. (Sandy) Winnefeld, Jr. @CBSNews
Can a one-off military strike deter Syria’s Assad from using chemical weapons again? The data suggests no (04/11/2018) | Chris Meserole @BrookingsInst
Op-ed: Trump’s Problem in Syria? It Was Obama’s Too | Susan Rice @nytimes
DEEP DISH: WHAT DID THE SYRIA STRIKE ACCOMPLISH? (Podcast; 04/19/2018) | Greg Jaffe, Ivo Daalder, Brian Hanson @ChicagoCouncil
Op-ed: Mission Far From Accomplished in Syria | Simon Saradzhyan @RussiaMatters
TV Interview: No ‘Thank-you’ Yet for Trump Before Job is Done in Syria | Meghan O’Sullivan @CNBC
How do we prevent ISIS 2.0? Withdrawing from Syria is not the answer (04/07/2018) | Pavel K. Baev, Ryan Crocker, and Michael E. O’Hanlon @BrookingsInst
Op-ed: Trump’s Syria whiplash (04/11/2018) | Amanda Sloat @BrookingsInst
Reasons W Should be Skeptical About the U.S.-led Attacks on Syria | Rami Khouri @agenceglobal
President Trump’s Syria Strikes Are Not About Syria (04/16/2018) | Robert M. Danin @MEastMatters @CFR_org
Op-ed: Has Trump Become a Realist? | Stephen Walt @ForeignPolicy
Op-ed: The War is the Vortex of Roughly Three Conflicts | Karl Kaiser @ Metro UN
The World After Trump: How the System Can Endure | Jake Sullivan @ForeignAffairs
Op-ed: The Problem With “Cold War” Comparisons | Odd Arne Westad @newrepublic
On Donald Trump and Russia (04/09/2018) | Danielle Pletka @AEI
Pushing back Russia in the Middle East: A thought experiment (04/13/2018) | Daniel L. Byman @BrookingsInst