Could Syria's Civil War Become A Large Regional Crisis?

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Andrew Tabler, senior fellow, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Aaron David Miller, vice president of new initiatives, Woodrow Wilson Center
Rami Khouri, director, Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut

Two Israeli airstrikes outside of Damascus in one weekend signal escalating tensions between Syria and its neighbors. The Syrian government has said the attacks "open the door to all possibilities," giving rise to concerns that the conflict could spill over the border.

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