Washington's Move Towards Syria

Ismail, Salim Abou
November 2009
Military Technology;2009, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p12
The article focuses on the foreign policy plans of the U.S. government with Syria. It states that the U.S. administration feels Syria slammed its doors and may conduct smart policies on other countries of interest. It notes that the Syrian government is convincing the U.S. administration that Damascus, capital of Syria, is setting a new policy towards Lebanon on diplomatic relations and mutual embassies.


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