John Kerry's foreign policy of Washington-stop arms to insurgents in Syria.
After the complete failure of policy implementation, challenging and supporting the Arab Spring, Americans began to realize what it did in the Middle East.
And Tunisia, like Egypt, already sinking into the unrest and possibly a religious civil war.
"Muslim Brotherhood" has openly pushing for the creation of a Muslim caliphate, and Egypt became a tacit basis of "Al Qaeda."
Arab Spring triggered and maintained by the U.S. and EU only strengthened radical Islam in the region and growing hatred of the West.
No wonder changing priorities are declared.
U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry gave his first press conference in his new position, and described the foreign policy of Washington.
According to Kerry, the Obama administration intends to reconsider its position on this and put an end to civil war in Syria, focusing on finding a diplomatic solution.
He stressed that support for the Syrian rebels with weapons of the United States there will be more.
Previously, the Pentagon chief Leon Panetta and Chairman of the Joint Staffs Martin Dempsey said they advised the White House to give the rebels military support to Syria, but this proposal was rejected by President Barack Obama.