Tuesday, August 30, 2011

It is going to be Syria's turn

by M. K. Bhadrakumar

If the likeness between ravaging regime change scenarios in Iraq and Libya is any indication, the future of Bashar al-Assad’ sovereignty in Syria might be hanging by a thin thread. The heart of the matter - underscores this analyst - is that regime change in Syria is absolutely central to US designs on the Middle East. The stakes are so intertwined that a host of stragetic gains could be achieved in one fell swoop, not least clipping Russia’s and China’s clout in the region. This is not an opportunity that Washington would want to miss.
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