17 Apr
Syria crisis: truce in Aleppo | The Guardian’s Middle East Live
By Matthew Weaver
Gloomy assessment
The conflict in Syria could drag on for years and a quick decisive battle for Damascus looks increasingly unlikely, according to a gloomy assessment co-authored by one of the most respected Syria watchers.
Damascus-based researcher Peter Harling director of the Middle East programme at the International Crisis Group says the conflict is proceeding with “perverse predictability” with both sides becoming increasingly ruthless and sectarian.
FULL POST (The Guardian)
Photo: James Gordon/Flickr

Syria crisis: truce in Aleppo | The Guardian’s Middle East Live

By Matthew Weaver

Gloomy assessment

The conflict in Syria could drag on for years and a quick decisive battle for Damascus looks increasingly unlikely, according to a gloomy assessment co-authored by one of the most respected Syria watchers.

Damascus-based researcher Peter Harling director of the Middle East programme at the International Crisis Group says the conflict is proceeding with “perverse predictability” with both sides becoming increasingly ruthless and sectarian.

FULL POST (The Guardian)

Photo: James Gordon/Flickr

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