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Published on Nov 2, 2013
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My question: Could Assad hand over power in a negotiation process and Russia support this? Press for it now?
Guess this is a must if peace deal would be made.
Question taken from Russia´s website (or the one of Peter Lavelle): "Does Geneva 2.0 remain a meaningful possibility to end Syria's civil war? Who is the Assad regime supposed to talk to when it comes to opposition? Is it realistic to have any kind of reasonable contact with Al-Qaeda-linked groups? And is it now time to finally stop the violence? CrossTalking with Hillary Leverett and Richard Murphy."
Please value Russia Today through a visit and work, translate and discuss Peter Lavelle