US media: invalidation of Syrian air strikes overturn Bashar regime or cause disaster

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 US media: invalidation of Syrian air strikes overturn Bashar regime or cause disaster


Reference News Network April 20 reported that according to the US dialogue magazine website reported in April 10th, the Syria government was once again accused of using chemical weapons against its nationals. Reports from multiple sources described the attack in detail, although Russia denied it. The report said that at this time of 2017, the military attack launched by Syria on the use of chemical weapons had almost no significant effect. The airport was reused within 24 hours of the incident. This time, 4 factors may make the situation even more serious. First, last years ineffective air strikes require a more tough response now - a classic war trap that will bring the belligerent countries into a growing situation. Second, Trump replaced Mike Pompeio, former Secretary of state Rex Tillerson, with a belligerent history. Equally important is the newly appointed national security adviser, John Bolton, who has an obvious preference for military action. This situation has made the United States increasingly militarized and its support for diplomacy has continued to shrink. The picture shows the Syria government soldiers who are fighting in the ruins of towns. Third, the increase in Russian military presence in Syria territory means that the risk of casualties in any operation has increased. Fourth, since the launch of air strikes in April 2017, the United States has been unable to formulate a diplomatic and development strategy on the Syria issue. The report says that despite the enormous cost of us inaction in the 7 years since the outbreak of the civil war in Syria, history has shown that it would be a bigger mistake to increase the military gamble in a hurry to overthrow the Syria regime or to lose a diplomatic and reconstruction strategy. In the 16 years since the United States studied and dealt with such complicated conflicts as Syria, no exceptions have been observed in this rule. It is reported that the attack on Assad may spawn the kind of disaster we saw in Libya after the fall of Al-qaddafi. In the absence of real civic governance to unite the nation, Libyas tribal alliances collapsed, and then there was a 4 way of fighting for power. Now, because of the continued existence of the Islamic state organization, this situation is continuing. The power vacuum that suddenly appears after Bashar is out of power may be worse than the current war, which will provide a hotbed for violent extremists and paramilitary forces to boost their development. But there is still time to avoid the disaster. It is now the best time for the United States to create its strategy so far, the report said. The United States has the experience, talents and resources for formulating a plan and strategy, but lacks the political will to formulate and implement strategies. Congress will be able to drum up political will to pressure Russia and Iran through diplomatic means to avoid further intensification of the situation. The State Council can be empowered to ease tensions through non military pressure. The United States Agency for international development can provide the tools and materials needed to unite Syria society again. The willingness to act quickly is understandable, but historical lessons can not be ignored: lack of planning and strategy will only lead to further chaos. (compile / Zhang Lin) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 But there is still time to avoid the disaster. It is now the best time for the United States to create its strategy so far, the report said. The United States has the experience, talents and resources for formulating a plan and strategy, but lacks the political will to formulate and implement strategies. Congress will be able to drum up political will to pressure Russia and Iran through diplomatic means to avoid further intensification of the situation. The State Council can be empowered to ease tensions through non military pressure. The United States Agency for international development can provide the tools and materials needed to unite Syria society again. The willingness to act quickly is understandable, but historical lessons can not be ignored: lack of planning and strategy will only lead to further chaos. (compiling / Zhang Lin)