David Cameron and Vladimir Putin Agree On Syrian Compromise Against ISIL

Common aggressor theory is strong, and the United Kingdom along with Russia are proving it true once again.
Seven decades after the British and Russians held court as compatriots in war against Hilter's Nazi Germany, another threat to the Euro-centric world is beginning to galvanize these nations together once more.
David Cameron has agreed with Vladimir Putin to re-open talks over how to end the civil war in Syria and help stop the rise of Islamic State of Iraq and Levant, referred to as IS-IL.
In the past, talks between Britain and Russia have broken down over Mr Putin's continued support for Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian dictator.
They agreed that it was in both their interests to find a "solution" to the civil war and restart talks between national security advisers.