After Assad: What’s Next for the Future of Syria?

With the assassinations last week the regime’s intelligence chief and the defense and interior ministers, the appeal of becoming Target Number One is dwindling. “There’s really no one in the regime that the opposition would accept at this point and they’d likely continue to fight,” says Joseph Holliday, a Syria analyst at the Institute for the Study of War. “Even Tlas, who is Sunni and could bridge the gap, two of his own cousins high up in the ... Full Story »

Posted by Pamela Hogle - via Google News (World)
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Topics: Middle East, Syria
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Posted by: Posted by Pamela Hogle - Jul 26, 2012 - 10:37 AM PDT
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Edited by: Pamela Hogle - Jul 26, 2012 - 11:43 AM PDT


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