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on the nexus between Syria, Iran, Russia and Israel
Dr Jonathan Spyer discusses how the interests of Russia, Iran and Israel are influencing the situation in Syria as the civil war draws to an end.
It's not an Assad victory — it's a frozen conflict.
Don't congratulate the administration on avoiding Russian retaliation. The humanitarian crisis in Syria remains, and the real collision course here is between Israel and Iran.
With global tensions on the rise, Israel could find itself alone, both in the struggle to prevent a nuclear Iran and in trying to contain Iran's actions in Syria.
Ex-Security Official: Israel Seeks to Avoid Russian Interests in Syria.
Former NSC head Yaakov Amidror said that Russia "can't complain" if Israel targets Iranians in Syria.
Plot Thickens For Israel In Syria As Russia Outs Military Operation.
Prof. Efraim Inbar: When it comes to our national security we are entitled to do what is necessary to uphold it
The Media Line, April 9, 2018
In spite of the impressive international front against Russia following the former spy's poisoning in Britain, its activity seems to be limited mainly to rhetoric and diplomatic gestures, which will not achieve Russia's isolation
On Russia’s anti-Trump posturing regarding Iran
Comment by Col. (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman,
The Media Line, 06.01.2018
A controlled military disentanglement, while bound to afford Putin even greater popularity at home and perhaps rebuild his popular image abroad, by no means implies that he is about to relinquish his growing influence in the Middle East.
Israel’s real interest today is to prevent Jordan from being destabilized by Iran, according to Dr. Eran Lerman.