Deconstructing Syria's Mixed Messages on Lebanon Syrian President Bashar Assad recently told Time magazine he would withdraw completely within months. But Syria then backed off a clear timetable. Aspects of the troop pullback's geography have also been subject to change. Robert Siegel talks with author Flynt Leverett, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution's Saban Center for Middle East Policy.
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Deconstructing Syria's Mixed Messages on Lebanon

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Deconstructing Syria's Mixed Messages on Lebanon

Deconstructing Syria's Mixed Messages on Lebanon

Deconstructing Syria's Mixed Messages on Lebanon

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Syrian President Bashar Assad recently told Time magazine he would withdraw completely within months. But Syria then backed off a clear timetable. Aspects of the troop pullback's geography have also been subject to change. Robert Siegel talks with author Flynt Leverett, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution's Saban Center for Middle East Policy.