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True, Russia did stand by President Assad, but that was not because of any obligation towards him or his country, but because the Russians always insisted that he was the legitimate President of Syria and that only the Syrian people had the right to replace (or keep) him.And, of course, it is in the Russian national interest to show that, unlike the USA, Russia stands by her allies.
Following this publication I received an email from a reader asking me the following question: “Putin permitting Israel to bomb Syria – why?
These assumptions are: Let me begin by saying that I categorically disagree with both of these assumptions, especially the 2nd one. Assumption #1: Russia can stop the Israeli attacks on Syria How?
I think that the list of options is fairly obvious here.
I often see that question in emails and in comments, so I wanted to address this issue today.
First, we need to look at some critical assumption implied by this question.