The on going waiting game with Syria’s chemical weapons changed over the weekend when the United States and Russia agreed on a deal to secure and destroy the chemical weapons. Dr. Tom Kolsky, Professor of Political Science at Montgomery County Community College, joined Darryl Berger Monday afternoon on Comment Please By Univest.
“The problem is, you have to positively identify where they are because we cannot solve this problem for them. What could perhaps do is dismantling of the biological/ chemical warfare element and then us that as a jumping point to maybe creating some kind of secret discussions between the parties.”
Kolsky adds, the fighting may continue in Syria among the factions until they’re exhausted, then talks could begin concerning their domestic differences.