Room for two?
Last week, Russian and American fighter jets came uncomfortably close in the skies over southern Syria, with the Russians hitting militant targets and the Americans trying to prevent them from doing so. While the two sides later agreed to coordinate better, the incident highlights how wide the gap is between their military strategies, and how narrow the space for their implementation is. In fact, is there enough room for two in Syria? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Ghassan Salamé, the founding Dean of the Paris School of International Affairs.