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"The new strategy also raises a question: Do American voters agree?"

"Mattis unveiled the strategy Friday morning at Johns Hopkins University’s Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies."

"Syria now looks like just the latest chapter in a war on terror that has already lasted nearly 17 years — starting in Afghanistan, then to Iraq, Pakistan and many other countries."

"The preparatory exercises all focus on the same basic theme: Step back and insist that partners do the front-line combat."

"The Trump administration is backtracking on its description of a planned new security force in northeastern Syria."

“Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov argues that no Afghan peace settlement could proceed without the Taliban’s participation.”