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70 New U.S.-Trained Fighters Enter Syria—And Are Detained - The American Interest

23.9.15

70 New U.S.-Trained Fighters Enter Syria—And Are Detained - The American Interest: But at least in this matter of the “30th Division”, there’s some dark comedy to be had. Elsewhere, our clumsy improvisation could lead to much greater trouble. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter began direct talks with his Russian counterpart Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu last Friday, and while the goal of the talks was initially limited to ensuring that Russian and U.S. forces did not attack each other by mistake in Syria, Obama Administration officials openly hope they would eventually draw Russia into a political dialogue over the future of the country. We hope someone somewhere has a better-thought-out plan for those talks than anyone apparently did for the Syria training program.


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