The Syrian War, Syrian Revolution
Bukai wrote in the Third Fear under the title of The Absence of Morality in Politics: “Kissinger points out that although the Arab Spring is widely seen as a revolution that is youthful in its leadership and ambition, local in origin, and enthusiastic in its support for the values of freedom and democracy, we have not yet seen the forces that sparked these revolutions govern: not in Libya which hardly continues to exist as a state, and not in Syria where it is unclear whether the prodemocracy members of the Syrian opposition are the ones in control. The resolutions of the Arab League on the subject of Syria did not come from a consensus among nations known for their practice of, or support for, democracy, but rather stemmed from a compromise motivated by the historical SunniShiite conflict. This truth is what worries many Syrian minorities and makes them fear a change of regime”.
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