US reiterates, time for India and China to revisit their position on Syria

December 19, 2011 - 1 minute read

The Obama Administration has insisted both India and China to “revisit their position” on Syria, as more sanctions are needed to intensify the international campaign against the authoritarian regime.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton acknowledges that the situation in Syria is in a state of turmoil and the governance must be reprimanded. At the Washington event, Clinton was asked if the limited U.S. response signaled that the United States would no longer be prepared to preserve stability in troubled corners of the globe. Clinton replied that Americans would still lead but would no longer shoulder the burden alone. For this reason, the support from India as well as China is considered crucial.

It is essential to strengthen the international communities and organizations that protect and secure the countries in trouble. The UN headquarters have been putting in conscious efforts to end Syria’s tyranny, but other countries –India and China must also show responsibility towards slowing down the global mayhem and reveal a positive picture towards global development.

All over the world, people are well aware that Syria is going through phases of internal disturbances. Considering this fact, will India and China take a lead in handling the circumstances in Syria, knowing that their own unique priorities can never be altered or easily modified?