How Aleppo, Once the Center of U.N. Diplomacy, Became an Afterthought

by Richard Gowan

Who remembers Aleppo? A year ago, the Syrian city appeared tragically central to international diplomacy. Since then, Syria has slid into the category of persistent conflicts that worry U.N. diplomats but seem irresolvable.

Read the full World Politics Review article by CIC Non-Resident Fellow Richard Gowan here.

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Oct 27, 2017
Richard Gowan
Middle East, Syria