When it comes to groups like the Islamic State, maybe the proverb "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" holds true. With Assad firmly entrenched and not going anywhere, it might be time to work with him in defeating the Islamic State.
Author - Daniel Thorp
Daniel Thorp is an International Politics graduate of Brunel University, London, UK. Currently working as a freelance political writer specializing in Middle Eastern and Asia-Pacific security and international relations.
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