Global Research TV
January 14, 2014
'Blaming Assad a red herring, West still intends to destabilize Syria'
In Syria, the strengthening of Al-Qaeda-linked groups has led to growing in-fighting between once allied rebels. Fierce clashes between rival opposition factions have killed at least 700 people this week.The outbreak of a civil war within a civil war has prompted some Western politicians who previously rooted solely for Assad's removal to change their stance. Infighting within the ranks of the Syrian rebels is threatening the Russia-US brokered peace conference that's due in less than two weeks. To discuss what might come out of it with Michel Chussodovsky, Director of the Center for Research on Globalization, joins RT.