U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is on a roll. Against the odds, Israeli-Palestinian negotiations are alive; the U.S.-Russia agreement for removing Syria’s chemical weapons is working; and the U.S.-Afghan security pact is almost final.

In trying to convene a United Nations-sponsored meeting to end Syria’s civil war, however, Kerry may be overreaching.

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