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21st Century Wire
November 26, 2011

Is a new Cold War really emerging out of the Syrian conflict?

RT: Patrick Henningsen, a political analyst from the US-based Infowars.com online magazine and editor of 21st Century Wire, believes that the escalation of tensions over Syria between the world’s major powers may lead to a new chilling in world politics.

“I think we are going to see a new Cold War emerge in the next two years, and we are seeing the initial steps of that new Cold War right now,” he told RT.

Another chief concern is Russia’s close military co-operation with Syria – with reports of S-300 missile defense installations having been supplied from Moscow. Henningsen adds here:

“If the Western powers think they are going to get away with a no-fly zone in Syria, this is a very different prospect than Libya. This will be the first time, in Syria, and also, if you look forward – with Iran, that the West, actually, is engaging a country that has the ability to fight back”.

READ MORE SYRIA NEWS: 21st Century Wire Syria Files



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