Recent Russian intervention in Syria raises a quandary for the U.S. about what it can do to resolve the conflict and whether it should risk allowing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to increase his tenuous hold on power.
Putin has been building up Russia's military presence in Syria to support Assad, and that earned him a warning from President Obama at the U.N. General Assembly that Assad cannot stay.
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