This week Tillerson will meet with US companies in Kuwait to plan Iraq's recovery.
Not since the 1950s has America been such an irrelevant actor in events in this part of the Middle East.
"The actions of the U.S. coalition do not comply with legal norms. Beyond all doubt, it is an unprecedented act of aggression," one Russian senator said.
Then why did Trump launch a missile strike against the Shayrat airbase in Syria?
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said the U.S. military "can't fix the problems in Afghanistan" and Russia "really holds the cards" in Syria.
An account affiliated with Turkey's so-called Operation Olive Branch claimed Kurdish fighters attacked the Free Syrian Army with chlorine gas.
"What are you talking about?" the robot interjected, yet again, as Turkey's communications minister decided he had had enough.
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As Kurdish forces attempt to defend their land from Turkey, Russia began the Sochi peace conference and its allies continued to gain ground.
As a Turkey-backed offensive neared Manbij, Syria, the head of U.S. Central Command said withdrawal was "not something we are looking into."
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"It is a strange incident," Turkish media analyst Nate Schenkkan told Newsweek.
An outbreak of hostilities would drive a stake directly into the heart of NATO.
The Palestinians have climbed up a tree. But instead of bringing them a ladder, Trump brought a chainsaw.
The White House said Trump had told his Turkish counterpart in a phone call to "limit its military actions."
Neither Russian, Syrian nor U.S. forces have moved in to stop the Turkish invasion aimed at ousting Pentagon-backed Kurds from the enclave of Afrin.
China, Egypt, India, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Turkey were among those looking to get their hands on the S-400 missile defense system.
Trump apparently urged Turkey to "limit its military actions" in northern Syria. Ankara says it's a lie.
ISIS could be helped by a string of Turkish military strikes against Kurdish groups in northern Syria, U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis warned Tuesday.
Will the areas we helped liberate from ISIS be a launching point for US-supported anti-Iranian operations?
After ISIS was mostly defeated in the east, the Syrian military set its sights on rebel-held Idlib, while Turkey targeted U.S.-backed Kurds in Afrin, Aleppo.
Turkey and Syrian rebels have launched a joint operation against Syrian Kurdish forces, putting the U.S. and Russia in a difficult position.
Abbas has made clear he objects to the very existence of Israel.