Why the US Military won’t stop Russian and Syrian forces from violating a cease-fire – Sports & Soldiertalk
Men in uniform identified by Syrian Democratic Forces as U.S. special operators ride in the back of a pickup truck in the northern Syrian province of Raqa on May 25, 2016. (Delil Souleiman/AFP/Getty Images) By: Kyle Rempfer Syrian regime forces, buoyed by Russian air power, have pushed into rebel territory in the Syrian city of Deraa, violating the de-escalation zone agreement negotiated between the United States, Russia and Jordan last year. However, the U.S. military will not be stepping in to enforce the failing cease-fire. While the U.S. State Department expressed concern over the offensive, a message to locals