February 4, 2013

After Assad, Chaos?

Ramzy Mardini, New York Times

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As the Syrian revolution approaches another anniversary, Syria's political opposition is showing signs of failure. Without a new approach, especially from America, the lack of a credible opposition will render a political settlement unreachable, making it harder to set Syria on the course toward a stable future.

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TAGGED: Syrian National Council, Syria, Bashar al-Assad

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