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John Kerry strikes a deal with the Russians to avert airstrikes.

  • Neil Irwin
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  • Sep 14, 2013
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Dmitri Trenin, director of the Carnegie Moscow Center, takes a look at Russia's thinking on Syria.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Sep 12, 2013
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The New Jersey Republican wants to set up a Syrian war crimes tribunal as an alternative to missile strikes.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Sep 6, 2013
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Here were ten crucial questions raised at yesterday's Syria hearing — and they didn't all get satisfactory answers.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Sep 4, 2013
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Sometimes it's better to ask forgiveness than permission. Obama is taking the other approach with Syria.

  • Neil Irwin
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  • Aug 31, 2013
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For the first time, we know where the $52.6 billion we spend on intelligence operations goes. Here's the rundown.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Aug 29, 2013
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As the U.S. prepares to intervene against another Middle Eastern leader, here are the very basics of the conflict to date.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Aug 29, 2013
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There were strong signals over the weekend that the U.S. might have been seriously considering a series of limited strikes against Syria.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Aug 26, 2013
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It's not just about Ed Snowden. Disagreements have been growing on everything from arms control to trade to the civil war in Syria.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Aug 8, 2013
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In our analysis of network news coverage, foreigners were the sources of 34% of all anti-Iraq war statements that appeared on the air, and 65% of all of the anti-war statements.

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