U.S. foreign policy

Trumpism and the Middle East

If the Trump-Putin admiration is real, the Syrian and Iraq wars offer a chance for a common approach that could end the killing.

In this photo taken by a UN observer in 2012, a shell lays in the middle of the street in Homs, Syria, a remnant of a heavy attack levelled on the city.
Photograph by David Manyua courtesy of the UN

By GAR PARDY

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016 12:00 AM

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