Work to make Assad a leader without an army
Much of the discourse over Syria has focused on calling out Bashar Assad for unjustified attacks on civilians in Syria. The international community, and especially the U.S., have failed to be more aggressive or proactive in addressing the worsening violence.
But let’s be realistic. Assad and the Alawites feel their backs are against the wall. They repressed the Sunni majority. The massacre at Hama, ordered by Bashar’s late father, Hafez, remains fresh in the minds of the Muslim B...
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