Security, Middle East
An intrastate war cannot become a regional one.
Zbigniew Brzezinski habitually lamented the failure of American Policymakers to study maps of the world, to appreciate the historic impact of wars, economics, history, religion, language, culture, and climate. For Brzezinski, strategy—the art and science of employing Washington’s political, economic, psychological, and military power—was not real without a map.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip...
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