American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“Shehadi says Europe has itself gone through major transitions in recent decades and it has the tools and experience to help Egypt move forward.”
““I think the main thing that is maintaining Bashar al Assad in power is the inability to see beyond him from Western policy makers,” says Nadim Shehadi, an Associate Fellow at the London-based think tank Chatham House.”
“But Shehadi argues that fears of sectarian strife are groundless.”
“In other words, Shehadi explains, “Assad creates smokescreens that prevent the world from seeing beyond him, by creating the circumstances whereby people would be afraid of what comes after he falls.””
“It involves, for the first time in the whole region, the introduction of accountability to such crimes, said Shehadi.”
“The impact will be minimal because this is something that has been expected and anticipated for the last two, three years, said Shehadi.”
“But at London's Royal Institute of International Affairs, Syria watcher Nadim Shehadi believes President Bashar al-Assad will continue his crackdown as long as he receives what Shehadi believes are mixed signals from the West.”
“Still, Shehadi says with the right combination of domestic and international pressure, the more than 40-year-long reign of Assad and his father could be brought to an end.”
“Shehadi says President Assad believes the now-deposed leaders of Egypt and Tunisia gave in to protesters too quickly during the start of the so-called Arab Spring protests, and he does not want to make the same mistake.”
“The regime will crumble much faster than we think, Shehadi said.”
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