Why Tackling Islamic State Won't Mean an End to the Syrian WarBy and
Too many protagonists in conflict with separate agendas
Deal Hinges on Assad cooperating in process that ends his rule
The Islamic State attacks in Paris have accelerated international efforts to resolve the civil war in Syria that helped spawn the extremist group’s rise. Yet after more than four and a half years, the obstacles remain the same.
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