Barack Obama surprised us by changing his stance and by adopting a more aggressive policy on Syria, one that is close to a declaration of war. Syria’s opposition says the shift in Obama’s position is late, but it’s better late than never.
After the White House acknowledged that the Assad regime crossed the “red line” by using chemical arms and will be punished for doing so, we have moved far from the idea of a Geneva 2 and closer to a Libyan scenario, or “Libya 2.”
Qusayr was a decisive battle. It wasn’t strategic, as it was labeled by many, but rather a propaganda battleAbdulrahman al-Rashed