Joshua Keating

Slate

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Staff writer for Slate, focusing on international affairs and writer of its World blog; former associate editor at Foreign Policy magazine

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The Geneva conference that led to a nuclear deal with Iran last month also established Geneva II.

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The Geneva conference that led to a nuclear deal with Iran last month also established Geneva II.

Does Peace Have a Chance in Syria?

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