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Eyad Abu Shakra - The Future of Syria: We Talk, While Others Think

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Eyad Abu Shakra - The Future of Syria: We Talk, While Others Think

Late last month the INSS (Institute for National Security Studies), which is a research institute affiliated with the University of Tel Aviv in Israel, hosted a panel discussion about the future of Syria. Those present were Israeli expert Dr. Carmit Valensi, Turkish academic Dr. Can Kasapoglu whose»»»
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