December 10, 2012

How to Avoid Revenge Killings in Post-Assad Syria

CS Monitor, Christian Science Monitor

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The end appears near for the Assad regime in Syria. The opposition and world powers must do more to prevent the kind of post-conflict revenge – mainly against Alawites – that could ricochet in the Middle East.

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