Randa Slim

Middle East Institute

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Scholar at the Washington, DC-based Middle East Institute

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In Montreaux Switzerland today,  Syrian peace talks  got under way, preliminary to the so-called Geneva II process scheduled for Friday.

A War of Words about Peace in Syria

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