With the war winding down, Putin's partners in Syria have fewer shared interests.
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CVE programs built for domestic populations in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East miss what refugees need most.
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The U.S. military is relying more and more on partner operations, but what happens when they end?
The Syria deployment was never well thought out. But it is both tragic and dangerous that the U.S. deployment is ending in an even less coherent way.
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