U.S. casts doubt on Russia’s Over Syria Strikes

Vladimir Poutine et Barack Obama en conciliabule, le 28 septembre à New York en marge de l'Assemblée de l'Onu.

Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama in confabulation, September 28 in New York on the sidelines of the Assembly of the UN Photo credit:. RIA NOVOSTI / REUTERS

Despite the disagreements, the Obama team would seek to include Russia and Iran in its new Middle East strategy.

While Putin bombed Syria, with Russia as the “savior” of the regime of Bashar Assad and the rising power with which to be reckoned in the Middle East, Barack Obama’s policy is shelled with heavy weapons in Washington. “Strategic Debacle”, “scheduled decline”, “dangerous weakness” … No terms seems strong enough, in Congress and in the media to describe the Syrian strategy of US President, after four years of unsuccessful efforts to change the situation on the field and stop the spread of the Islamic State. The description of the fiasco of the program set up by the Pentagon to form opposition fighters “moderate” in the pages of the Wall Street Journal on Monday, …

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