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U.S. Reassesses Relationship With Rebel Groups In Syria

NPR | Dec. 13, 2013 3:56 p.m.

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Tom Gjelten

In Syria, the moderate rebel groups supported by the United States have largely been marginalized, as more radical Islamists have moved to the fore. The new developments are forcing the U.S. to reassess its options and to consider reaching out to Islamist groups from whom it had previously kept its distance. The new criterion for U.S. support may simply be a willingness to oppose al-Qaida in Syria.


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