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In a DW interview, former US National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski denounces what appears to be imminent military action against Syria, saying the US administration lacks a strategy for the region.
DW: After the suspected large-scale chemical weapons attack against civilians it seems some sort of military action against the Assad regime is now inevitable. Do you support military action or what is your sense of it?
Zbigniew Brzezinski: My view is that that action, if it is to be taken, should be part of some broader strategy. Otherwise it may be an appropriative punitive response, but would it solve the problem? Is there a strategy for the solution of the problem? And who is part of that strategy and who is not? Those are the questions which I think people have to think about seriously before plunging into a military action which – while perhaps morally justified in view of the nature of the offense involved, namely the anti-human acts – still will have consequences that may not be all that desirable.
DW: Do you think the Obama administration has a strategy or a grander plan for Syria and its aftermath after military action?
Zbigniew Brzezinski: If it does it’s a very well-kept secret.
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