Dan Raviv, co-author of Spies Against Armageddon and a CBS News correspondent, was a guest on Friday’s “America In the Morning” — on Westwood One radio.
The Syria peace talks in Geneva: What’s the most that might be accomplished? Negotiators have apparently agreed to be in the same room as the U.N. mediator — and that’s something. Local ceasefires, that might permit the entry of humanitarian aid, might be arranged.
Could an agreement be reached to remove President Bashar al-Assad? We don’t see that on the immediate horizon.
Jim also asks Dan about Israel-U.S. relations: Is Benjamin Netanyahu waiting hopefully for 3 years from now, when Barack Obama will be out of office?
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