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September 5, 2015

Amr Al-Azm

Amr Al-Azm is an associate professor of Middle East History and Anthropology at Shawnee State University.

Assessing the Syria Talks in Geneva

After a round of talks between the regime and the opposition, little has been resolved. The Al-Assad regime has no incentive to enter these negotiations with any seriousness; the opposition has no meaningful or effective leverage to convince the key actors to bring significant pressure to bear on the regime. Read More

Breaking the Syria Stalemate

The Syrian regime and its core pillars of loyalist military support have yet to acknowledge that their situation has become critical, let alone perilous. What can Syria's opposition do to shake up the stalemate? Read More

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