Syria’s Chemical Arms Destroyed, but Aid Effort Unravels

The Syrian war, currently overshadowed by its offshoot in Iraq, remains a ruinous blight on international diplomacy. Nearly half a year after the furiously hyped but fundamentally hopeless peace talks between the government and moderate rebels in Geneva, no end to the fighting is in sight.

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Jul 07, 2014
Richard Gowan
Peace and Security
Middle East, Syria