Analysis Putin Is Giving Israel a Free Hand Against Iran in Syria. But He May Soon Have to Pick a Side

Moscow is content to maintain a balance between the two sides – leaving Iran’s forces in Syria while allowing Israel to bomb them – as long as its achievement of saving the Assad regime is not endangered

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It wasn’t just another of Benjamin Netanyahu’s periodic visits to confer with Vladimir Putin in one of the Russian president’s palatial residences. This time, in addition to the closed meetings, translated by...