The four devastating years of war since have seen both heavyweights pour
money and weapons into Syria. All the while, Saudi leaders have looked
expectantly towards Washington, wanting the US to spearhead a military campaign
to oust Assad and help install a new regime that looks their way. Some noted
with concerned that if United State is not going to play a hegemonic role in
the region, then the Kingdom will have to step in and do it instead, and the
results may not be to Washington’s liking.
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The onset of war in Syria has seen several key regional and global powers gain much interest with leading a combat against Syria's incumbent President. Regional leader,the Saudi, has since been hoping that the Washington will take charges to head a military packed solution to the war torn Syria. Nevertheless, the US has not operated from the front line, meaning other regional kingpins like Saudi feel the urge and need to step in and instill lasting solution to the crisis sunken country. But a combat mission led by Saudi would not go down well will the Washington, which fer her role as the global superpower dispatched. Much resources have been and combat gear have been deployed, but either of the heavyweight with interest in Syrian war has taken the bold step to deploy military personnel on the ground. This has left massive loophole in the region, which Saudi feel it should take responsibility of guarding the middle east, with the us on the other side seeking to preserve it's interests and claim back superriority.
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Oct 25th, 2015
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Oct 25th, 2015
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