Foreign Affairs

A new opening for peace in Syria

But if the key players get it wrong, it won’t last.

A shell lays in the street in Homs, Syria in 2012. For the years-long conflict to end, there needs to be the establishment of joint security co-operation and a political transitional system involving all the sectarian groups in an equal way, writes Rolf Holmboe. UN photograph by David Manyua

By ROLF HOLMBOE

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016 12:00 AM

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