There may be no country in the world that is more volatile than Syria right now, with the U.S., Turkey, Israel, Iran and Russia all with military interests in the area. WSJ’s Gerald F. Seib explains why Syria has remained such a combustible mix. Photo: Getty
DUBAI—Here’s what happened in Syria over the past week or so. Try to make out who’s whose friend—and who’s whose foe.
The Russian-backed Syrian regime gave free passage through its territory to American-backed Kurdish militias so they could fight against America’s NATO ally Turkey.
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