How do you solve a problem like Syria?

08/11/2012 4:44 pm

Syria flags - current and opposition

In today's Middle East Analysis podcast, Dr Harry Hagopian, the Bishops' consultant on the Middle East North African region, turns his attention to the on-going maelstrom of violence tearing through Syria that, if sources are to be believed, continues to claim between 100 and 200 lives a day. He also analyses the impact on neighbouring Lebanon. Dr Hagopian looks at:

  • what a transitional Syria might look like and who should be involved
  • the current regime and the opposition
  • diplomacy and the international community
  • the impact on neighbouring Lebanon

The full podcast can be downloaded/played at the top right-hand corner of this page.

Duration: 20m 31s


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On today's 'Middle East Analysis', we catch up with the Bishops' MENA consultant Dr Harry Hagopian to talk about what a transitional Syria might look like and who should be involved. Dr Hagopian also casts an eye towards Lebanon and the impact on Syria's neighbour.   mena27.mp3 9.36 MB