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Peace in Syria is possible. Here’s how it can be achieved | David Owen

Turkish forces need to play a major role on the ground, with backing from Nato and Russia The argument that diplomacy has failed in Syria and that the best thing to bring the suffering to an end in Aleppo would be a quick victory for Bashar al-Assad is too pessimistic. We need to recognise that the diplomacy has never faced up to the need for an initial partition or zones of influence involving neighbouring states on the path to an eventual unified settlement in Syria.
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