Nikolas Gvosdev

US Naval War College / The National Interest

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Nikolas Gvosdev is Professor of National Security Studies at the US Naval War College and Contributing Editor at The National Interest.

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When the US was threatening force against Syria, fighting by both the government and the rebels dropped off.  Now it's increasing again.

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