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Dialogue 10/10/2012 Impacts of Turkey-Syria conflict

10-11-2012 08:18 BJT

Dialogue 10/10/2012 Impacts of Turkey-Syria conflict

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guests:

Hua Liming, former Chinese Ambassador to Iran

He Wenping, director of African studies, CASS

The conflict between Turkey and Syria along their borders has brought more unpredictability to the already volatile region. Will the clashes between the two countries wrap into a full scale war? Is the move due to national security concerns or is it an excuse for Turkey to carry on military operations in whatever way it likes? Is NATO going to intervene militarily in Syria? Where is the Syrian crisis heading and who decides the fate of Syria?

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