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The forgotten war: what Russia could win from the reignited conflict in Syria

By Stefan Wolff, Professor of International Security, University of Birmingham
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Largely overshadowed by the war in Ukraine, Syria remains a deeply divided and violent country, where military conflict has recently reignited.

This new period of conflict in Syria, with Russia, Turkey and Israel all launching attacks, also reflects some of the battle lines of the Ukrainian war – and threatens to have ramifications for both battlegrounds.
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