“Russia pledged to preserve Idlib as a ‘deescalation zone’ and end the war through diplomacy.”
“It is a sad history for the international community, not just for the United States.”
Gratitude is a tough concept for some
Nothing ventured, nothing gained, but still plenty of risk
The new bromance
Say, who’s leading the Conference on Disarmament? Three guesses.
“If we get rain, they’ll get a flood.”
This is who we made a deal with
“Tehran vowed revenge after the T-4 army base in Syria was struck in an air raid on April 9…”
“Whoever still believes Iran signed the nuclear deal with honest intentions is going to have a very interesting time this evening.”
“My direction to the chairman was for the force, then, to be annihilated. And it was.”
“Missed opportunity. Didn’t lay a glove on Assad’s capabilities to wage war.”
Trump may have violated the former to do the latter.
“…inspectors will not be allowed to access the site until they produce an appropriate UN permit.”
“Is there nobody f***ing pure in this g**damned f***ing world?”
“What kind of nation wants to be associated with the mass murder of men, women, and children?”
“If Russia had lived up to its commitment, there would be no chemical weapons in Syria and we would not be here today.
“We hope there will be no point of no return.”
“The officials said they were ‘confident’ in the intelligence, though not 100 percent sure.”
Putin to Netanyahu: Please don’t attack Iranians in Syria.
What does retreat on Syria tell us?
Since we may be attacking someone again, you know…
Hitting the “source” of a strike on Syria
“Assad is an evil man, they tell us.”
“…military options were being developed.”
“The Russian regime whose hands are all covered in the blood of Syrian children…”
“If it’s the Russians, if it’s Syria, if it’s Iran, if it’s all of them together, we’ll figure it out.”
The U.S. needn’t go to war, but individuals can.
“President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad.”
The “unwavering ally” of Syria