A study on the revolutions and uprising of the Arab spring countries and the way each regime dealt with them is being strongly circulated within the scenes of the EU Countries. The study included a comparison between the action of the Arab rulers against these uprisings.
The interesting thing about this study is that it came up with such outcomes that would have never occurred to the greatest analysts and experts in eth Arab regime domain.
The first of these outcomes is blaming the intelligences of the EU countries except the German one that provided an early anticipation and warning about the risks threatening the Arab regimes.
The second observation is the disorder of many Western capitals in dealing with the uprisings immediately after they broke out, and the lack of clear principles and interests for the EU countries with the Aram regimes that were facing uprisings. The third observation, the amazing one as I think, is the outcome of the European comparison between the reaction of the Arab regimes against those revolutions.
Do you know what regime was the best as the Europeans viewpoint?
It was not Bin Ali who escaped, nor Mubarak who stepped down, and of course it was neither Gaddafi who fought nor was it Assad who flared up civil war. It was Ali Abdullah Saleh. Yes. Experts of the EU believed that the Yemeni example, for the regime to get out of the crisis, as the most realistic example with the least costs and had more guarantees for the stability of the system in the country after the departure of the ruler out of power. Few days ago, the US Department of State hinted at the success of the Yemeni example to transfer Yemen from revolution into stability, and whether it would work for the Syrian case or not!
The question is, will what has been made in Sana’a safe Damascus?