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Petrenko, A.I. The Syrian Gambit

Published in journal "International relations", 2013-1 in rubric "International conflicts", pages 92-95.

Resume: The stability of the regime of Asad in Syria may be amazing to some people. While the authoritarian regime in Tunisia held for some weeks, and the regime of Moubarac in Egypt held for a little more than a month, Colonel Gaddafi fought the pressure of the insurgents and the NATO bombings for about 6 months, the regime of Asad hold on in spite of the sanctions, which last for more than a year, NATO bombings for about 6 months, armed riots in Dayr az- Zawr and Hims and the help of the Syrian opposition from Turkey and Qatar. Moreover, judging by the demonstrations in Damask, this regime is supported by the people. The survival of this regime should be viewed within the larger context of the situation in the Middle East, as well as partially within the context of relations of the Arabian states and Iran.

Keywords: international law, international relations, foreign policy, the global order, crisis, conflict, threats, security, confrontation.

DOI: 10.7256/2305-560.2013.01.11

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