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Center for Middle East Public Policy;
RAND Project AIR FORCE;
RAND National Security Research Division
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RAND experts offer insights into the potential scope of U.S. action in Syria and the ramifications it could have for Iran, Israel, al Qaeda, and the Assad regime.
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It is time that Syria's sizable émigré community used its considerable means and influence to help shape Syria's future.
The United States is rapidly approaching a critical juncture in its policy towards Syria.
Poisoned Wells: The Politics of Water in the Middle East
A number of Middle Eastern states — e.g., Iraq, Syria, and Saudi Arabia — seem to be "coup-proof." That is, their regimes have created structures that minimize the possibility that a small group can seize power.