Hadley's statement is ridiculous: part of Syria is occupied, so by definition they are involved in the peace process. If Israel objects certain parts of Syrian behaviour they are fully entitled to say so at the negocition table. Hadley's statement shows a misuse of trust: Syria came to Annapolis although there was hardly anything in it for them: Golan had been very much sidelined. Is this comment their "reward" for coming? It is logic that Syria support resistance movements, given the fact that part of their country is occupied. In the recent past Syria left Lebanon. The logical next step would have been that the international community would have forced Israel to leave the Golan. The fact that this did not happen and Hadley's one-sided comment shows that the attitude of the international community, dominated by the USA, will prevent peace for a long period to come.
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from the article: Washington: There is no place yet for Syria in peace process