- Sarah Montague
Duration: 30 minutes
Ten months after the wave of Arab unrest reached Syria, President Assad is still in power. Bloody protests continue and there are fears that the country could be sliding into civil war. But there is little appetite from foreign powers for military intervention. So what can the world do to halt the bloodshed? HARDtalk's Sarah Montague speaks to Bassma Kodmani, a leading figure in the exiled Syrian opposition. Is it time for other Arab countries to intervene?
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