Polarizing in the Syrian Chaos

The Syrian conflict is turning to a protracted civil war that innumerable Geneva conferences would not suffice to resolve. The Iranian factor is however more visible as the conflict progresses. The way that regional and international forces integrated to the Syrian conflict are by an ironic twist of history turning Syria to another Lebanon. Iranian support to Assad pushed one of the most powerful leader in Lebanon namely Hassan Nasrallah to openly take side for Assad. In that perspective he runs the risk to personify the international spill-over of the conflict trapped in an option that was imposed to him by its hardcore allies.