Syria: Talk Is the Solution

New York Times:

Syria’s deputy foreign minister, Fayssal Mekdad, said Tuesday that his government aimed to negotiate an end to the country’s civil war by talking with a broad range of Syrians, from religious and community leaders to peaceful opposition groups, dismissing the main Western-backed exile opposition as having little influence on the ground.

It’s not my job to criticize everything, yet I can’t help feeling: every government wishes to talk things through but they still wage war against one another.

Why would this conflict be different? I’m very sceptical about the turn-outs.

Damascus in Syria

Damascus in Syria

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