Interview with Ambassador Frederic C. Hof

By Boaz Munro, IAR Co-Editor-In-Chief

Abstract: The war between the Syrian regime led by Bashar al-Assad and the fragmented opposition continues at a nauseating and tragic pace. The international community is divided, the United States war-weary, and the Syrian people increasingly disillusioned. As of this writing, over 90,000 war victims are believed dead in Syria since March of 2011. Hundreds of thousands have fled the country; many more are displaced internally. In March, I sat with Ambassador Frederic Hof in his office at the Atlantic Council to discuss the war and our government’s options for responding to it. More details on Mr. Hof’s extraordinary career are available in the letter from the editor and at http://www.acus.org/users/frederic-c-hof.

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