Jonathan Tepperman

Foreign Affairs magazine

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Managing Editor of Foreign Affairs magazine

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In Damascus, Syria, the managing editor of  Foreign Affairs  magazine recently spent much one full day at the presidential palace.

Four Years into Syria's War, a Conversation with al-Assad

In Damascus, Syria, the managing editor of Foreign Affairs magazine recently spent much one full day at the presidential palace.

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In Damascus, Syria, last Tuesday the managing editor of  Foreign Affairs  magazine spent much of the day at the presidential palace.

Four Years into Syria's War, a Conversation with al-Assad

In Damascus, Syria, last Tuesday the managing editor of Foreign Affairs magazine spent much of the day at the presidential palace.

from To the Point

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