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Sergey Lavror is your master of timing. He knows the way to use a delay strategy, when to stall, but also when to strike and push for his attention (or/and Russia's). He is the body block for Russia's resistance to American interventionism. Sergey Lavror graduated from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations in 1972 and moved to New York in 1981 to operate at the United Nations. He approached the Geneva negotiation as the more seasoned, more familiar with issue. He aided in Iraqi arms inspections, in which he has seen biochemical weapons and what they can do. What defines Sergey Lavrov as a negotiator is the aura he emits. He is the classic old-timer, a part of the last era. He's recognizable by his deep voice, bulldoggish appearance and attributes - the cigar and the beverage. Even though Kofi Annan attempted to ban smoking at the UN Sergey Lavrov persistently defied the ban, noting that Mr Annan "doesn't own the building". He speaks perfect English but still he often won't use it, insisting on talking Russian through the press conferences. Where Sergey Lavrov is your principal player for John Kerry his own place came years of climbing and falling down by the American political pyramid. He was always a sidekick - a second option. He is the former Democratic presidential nominee - finally losing to George W. Bush in 2004. He wasn't even the first choice for the position he occupies - the Secretary of State. But Barack Obama's first pick Susan Rice has been blocked by Republicans. John Kerry just was approved, trigger for Republicans that would imply he would vacate his seat in the senate - providing chance for the Republican candidate to fill it. In ways Syria was an opportunity for John Kerry to sh...