Haider Ali Jawad - 07/02/2013
Still, U.S. thinkers and analysts, read the results of their intervention in and occupation of Iraq in 2003, seeking to benefit from the experience to draw out the best solution to the conflict in Syria.
In the newspaper "Ashtun Post" in its issue dated Tuesday, wrote Vance Serechok that "the Syrian conflict across the Middle East resulting in polarization of sectarian pays some governments and parties to get closer to Tehran, while diluted refugee flows America's allies presidents, such as Jordan and Turkey."
At the same time writer believes that President Obama has succeeded in consolidating the foundations of a true partnership, where he says, "when he took office in 2009, managed in cooperation with the Iraqi government to end the insurgency relevant to al-Qaeda has succeeded in uprooting local militias from its roots, cemented a partnership relationship long-term relationship between Washington and Baghdad. "
But the author points out that compared to the U.S. experience in Iraq, Iran's intervention in Syria, where the defect reservoirs, and say, "When receded critical juncture in Iraq, the United States pulled out under the leadership of Obama, but that if it happens in Syria, it will be a victory for Iran and its allies."
He wrote Cyril Townsend, British politician and former MP for the position of President British Prime Minister former Tony Blair of the Syrian crisis, noting that he often connects, critics of Blair in their outlook to the Middle East between his new policies earlier in Iraq, stressing that look man balanced for the region because it "takes all things into account. "
Erdogan .. Dictator
And اعتبرن Anne-Marie Slaughter, director of policy planning at the U.S. State Department earlier, in an article in the "Project Syndicate" that "Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the leader of democratic Islamic preferred by the West, the suppression of bulldozers and tear gas canisters peaceful demonstrators who refused to bend to his will."
The writer adds, "Erdogan was once a hero in the eyes of the masses, but today his government like governments that Arab youth rebelled against it."
But the writer went on to say that "Erdogan practiced the same methods of Bashar al-Assad, not only tarnish the image of the demonstrators, but also the prosecution of medical personnel, logistics and organizations and individuals who provide assistance to the demonstrators"
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