You are not wrong for thinking the situation in Syria is complicated: The very essence of the proxy war is its complication. “It would be foolish to think of the conflict as one big Rubik’s cube in need of solving” writes Rich Beck in the latest issue of n+1, “because the complexity itself is part of the problem — the best thing to do with the Rubik’s cube would be to throw it against a wall.”
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