In the 19th century, the British and Russian empires competed in "The Great Game" for Central Asia. Senior fellow Jed Babbin of the London Center for Policy Research says there's a new great game for the Middle East, and it's being played out right now in Syria. Russia, Iran and Turkey are competing with the U.S. and Israel, with the Arab states as pawns. Plus, there's the issues of the Kurds and the remnants of ISIS. It's a very dangerous and complex situation, with heated people on both sides. Jed says it may be only President Trump's resolve that has kept it from boiling over. Originally aired on Cam & Co 02/21/18.