Richard Gowan

New York University / European Council on Foreign Relations

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Research Director at New York University's Center for International Co-operation and a Senior Policy Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations

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Syrian Peace talks first scheduled for Monday finally got under way today in Geneva…for the first time in two years.  Expectations have not been high.

Syrian Peace Talks Begin on Shaky Ground

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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

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

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In  last night's speech  to the American people, President Obama laid out his case for punishing Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons to kill its own civilians.

President Obama Wants to Give Peace a Chance

In last night's speech to the American people, President Obama laid out his case for punishing Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons to kill its own civilians.

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