There is no short cut to a national issue where the mandate is divided. The people of Syria and President Bashar al-Assad should come together for dialogue under the aegis of United Nations, Arab League and BRICS for peaceful resolution of the political crisis which has turned into a bloody civil war. The foreign intervention should be in the form of moderation and not military action. The fate of the West Asia is under a threat of foreign action in the name of political stability or pre-emptive action against the terrorist or dismantling nuclear installations. The whole issue of creating a tough situation and political crisis and then intervening is a political strategy employed which is a form of neo-imperialism. The most prone to this form of geo-politics is the West Asia which is the petroleum reserve of the world. The Aran League and the concerned countries must awoke to the looming danger over them. Iraq has faced, Syria and Lybia are facing,Egypt overcame and next target is Iran.
Shashikant Nishant Sharma