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A no-fly zone for Aleppo risks a war that could engulf us all | Jonathan Steele

This humanitarian tactic worked in Iraq in 1991, but with Russia active over Syria today, attempts to police its airspace would risk a disastrous confrontation Much was made in this week’s Commons debate on Syria of the need for a no-fly zone over Aleppo. Given that the Syrian government and the Russians have a monopoly of air power over the city, the idea of denting or deterring it might seem attractive.
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