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It will be the largest military intervention in the Middle East since the Cold War, and its implications are hard to underestimate as it begins in earnest.

It is a matter of profound concern that an already difficult situation in Syria has grown more dangerous over the past weeks, as President Donald Trump has escalated his rhetoric, with his latest bombastic statements about a “messy situation.”

Yet these statements are hardly helping things. By raising the stakes and threatening American forces with no-fly zones and the full-scale military strike against Syria without any indication of the type of action that would happen if it was to happen, Trump may be trying to push the United States to the brink.

At the same time, he has also taken steps that have the potential to undermine the diplomatic efforts he himself has already made for a negotiated deal in Syria that would end the Syrian civil war, which has claimed tens of thousands of lives and displaced millions beyond the borders of the country and the Middle East.

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At the last summit in June, after an American and Russian proposal failed at the behest of the U.S., President Hassan Rouhani of Iran accepted Assad’s surrender in exchange for the U.S., Russia and Syria putting an end to the violence in Syria.

The Iranian offer was the result of what both sides described as an attempt to reach more common ground, but this had little substance. Iran agreed to be bound by a series of preconditions.

For one thing, Iran was to be expected to drop any arms shipments to the Syrian regime in exchange for concessions from Washington. The Iranians were not to get a say in the formation of a new government that would rule Syria after Assad was removed. It was for