Syria’s ’National Dialogue’ Lacks Credibility

July 11, 2011

Syria’s ’National Dialogue’ Lacks Credibility
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Steven A. Cook, Senior Fellow for Middle Eastern Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations argues that the national dialogue convened by the Syrian government lacks credibility, and raises question about what steps the Syrian military will take as the regime faces continued popular protests.

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