Charles C. Cogan on Syria

Syria: Would Putin Pull a “Pristina”?
By Charles G. Cogan
The Huffington Post

“It was fitting that France, as the former mandatory power, and whose ambassador to Lebanon, Louis Delamare, was assassinated in a Syrian-sponsored operation in 1981, should take the lead in recognizing the new, amalgamated opposition group fighting the Assad regime, the National Coalition of Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces.”

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