Syria's state of affairs amid foreign intervention
It was fifty-one years ago, this week, that Hafez Assad seized power in Damacus and launched his family’s rule over Syria. Following his own three decades as dictator, his son Bashar has clung to power now for twenty-one years, half of which contained a bloody civil war mixed with foreign interventions. With Russia, Turkey, the United States, Iran and Israel all involved in moves and operations, along with Kurds, various opposition groups and a beaten but not gone Islamic State, what is the state of affairs in this war-torn country?
Guests Col. (Ret.) Dr. Eran Lerman, Co-host TV7 Middle East Review, Powers-in-Play Panelist, JISS VP and Editor in Chief of the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, Col. (Res.) Reuven Ben-Shalom, TV7 Powers-in-Play Panelist, Cross-Cultural Strategist and Associate at ICT, Reichman University, and Amir Oren TV7 Editor at large and host of Watchmen Talk and Powers in Play.
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