Recently Russia announced that is deploying its own military forces in Syria, and Western media signaled that it is about several tanks around an airport and some fighters ready to act alongside the Bashar Al-Assad’s forces. The West-even US President Obama had expressed this opinion - warned Russia that the future of Syria is without Assad. What is worthy to be mentioned in this context also is the fact that the recent Moscow’s move is corresponding to the decision of other great powers interested in the future of Syria, like France and UK. They already begun to attack ISIL’s positions in that country ( of course, this Western powers’ move could and should be connected with the not yet solved EU crisis of the migrants waves). Are we in front of a new episode of the face-off between Russia and the West, which began with the Ukrainian crisis in 2014 or it is about anything else?