Analysis || Tipping point in Syria edges closer as West sees signs of Assad's demise
Increasing evidence of demoralization within the Syrian military; difficulties in maintaining control over the troops as battles take place in the heart of the country.
For the past couple months, it's seemed as if everyone has been waiting on two dramatic developments in the Middle East - the long-delayed fall of Bashar Assad in Syria, and the eruption of a third intifada in the West Bank. Based on the events of recent weeks, it would seem the former is closer than the latter.
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