Sep 20

US Syria Strategy Officially Unravels: Kerry Admits Timetable For Assad Exit Is Completely Unknown:

With both Russia and Iran seemingly prepared to do what’s necessary to ensure Bashar al-Assad isn’t toppled in Syria, John Kerry admits that the US strategy of brining about regime change in Damascus is now in serious jeopardy. Speaking from London on Saturday, Kerry attempted to hang on to the “Assad must go” narrative, but in what might fairly be described as the most conciliatory language yet, Washington’s top diplomat essentially admitted that the timetable for Assad’s exit is now completely indeterminate. Meanwhile, Moscow and Tehran are set to hash out Syria’s future seemingly without any input from the Americans.

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5 Responses to “US Syria Strategy Officially Unravels: Kerry Admits Timetable For Assad Exit Is Completely Unknown”

  1. squodgy Says:

    Just as you predicted.
    It’s all a big game & we really are on our own.

    http://www.mail.com/int/news/europe/3834408-putin-seeks-to-assuage-israels-fears-syrian-aggression.html#.1272-stage-hero1-7

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