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Syrian significance

1 August 2011 By Hugo Dixon

Unlike in Egypt and Tunisia, protestors are facing tanks. Unlike in Libya, they are barely resorting to violence. If Syria’s nonviolent demonstrators can topple such a repressive regime, many non-democratic governments – including Iran and even China – will feel vulnerable.

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