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Revelations about Islamic State's planning show that extremists are most likely to be radicalised by relatives or friends. To stop them we need to break those connections
The country needs more than the absence of war—Syrians desperately need economic opportunity
The country is searching for the elusive "third offset strategy"
Ethnic and bureaucratic fault lines have made effective governance of the country almost impossible
This "cessation of hostilities" is incredibly fragile
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It is still unclear which groups the "ceasefire" will apply to
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