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LIGNET: Syria After Assad

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2012 03:42 PM

With the fall of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad now seen as inevitable, what happens after is suddenly a pressing question. The rebels are fragmented and prone to infighting. Even the Free Syrian Army, which launched assaults last week on Aleppo, Syria’slargest city, has many factions that operate independently and without coordination. There is no one leader who might step up, and no framework for what a new government might look like. It’s becoming clear that what is left after Assad is dispatched might be nothing more than chaos, from which a more brutal dictatorship could very well emerge.

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With the fall of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad now seen as inevitable, what happens after is suddenly a pressing question. The rebels are fragmented and prone to infighting. Even the Free Syrian Army, which launched assaults last week on Aleppo, Syria’slargest city, has many factions that operat
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