What is in store for a post-Assad Syria?Printable Version
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
With the end finally nearing for the Assad regime, the question of what type of government will emerge in Syria looms over the horizon. Will it be inclusive and tolerant of minority groups? Will it prevent retribution killings of Alawites? Will the Syrian state remain whole or will some minority groups like the Kurds and the Alawites try to carve out separate statelets?
Moderator: Gregory Aftandilian
Senior Fellow for the Middle East, Center for National Policy
Senior Advisor, Middle East & Project Director, Pathways to Progress, Henry L. Stimson Center
Senior Research Analyst, Institute for the Study of War