The Crisis In The Middle East

Syrian ceasefire is unlikely to hold: expert

  1. News: Experts point that after almost 5 years of conflict, the parties in Syria have come to a loose agreement to cease violence
  2. Reasons: Both Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s core interests are removal of Assad regime
  3. But, Saudi Arabia is particularly concerned about the growing transnational political dynamism of Shia populations in the Arab world
  4. Turkey is more concerned about the growing autonomy and political dynamics of the region’s Kurdish populations
  5. The potential ceasefire could mean something, if Syrian govt has decisive advantage in the region
  1. News: Experts point that after almost 5 years of conflict, the parties in Syria have come to a loose agreement to cease violence
  2. Reasons: Both Turkey and Saudi Arabia’s core interests are removal of Assad regime
  3. But, Saudi Arabia is particularly concerned about the growing transnational political dynamism of Shia populations in the Arab world
  4. Turkey is more concerned about the growing autonomy and political dynamics of the region’s Kurdish populations
  5. The potential ceasefire could mean something, if Syrian govt has decisive advantage in the region
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