November 18, 2012

Syria: Spillover into Iraq?

Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi, Jerusalem Post

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Given Syria’s trade ties with Iraq, a post-Assad regime would be more likely to take on a role as mediator, advisor in Iraqi politics.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Syria, Iraq

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