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John John: Syria ceasefire a triumph of diplomacy, but militarism still rules in Ottawa and other Western capitals - New Cold War: Ukraine and Beyond

30.3.16

Syria ceasefire a triumph of diplomacy, but militarism still rules in Ottawa and other Western capitals - New Cold War: Ukraine and Beyond: The significance of the Syria ceasefire is being downplayed. Much of Western media reporting is filled with stories of alleged violations as well as doubts that the ceasefire can hold. The reason for the doom and gloom is that the ceasefire is largely thanks to Russian military efforts (with Iran also playing a significant role) and, most importantly, the ceasefire is a blow to the aspirations of the imperialist ‘regime change’ alliance led by the United States that wants the overthrow of Syria’s government and the transformation of Syria into the kind of ‘failed state’ disaster zone created by NATO in Libya.

A Feb 28, 2016 editorial in The Guardian, for example, almost sounds a note of sadness in writing, “The Russians rescued the [Syrian] regime and strengthened it to the point where the idea that it might be toppled became, at most, a very distant prospect.”


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