Robert S. Ford

Middle East Institute

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Senior fellow at the Middle East Institute where he focuses on the Levant and North Africa; former US ambassador to Syria (2011-2014)

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Syria's civil war has dragged on for five years, killing hundreds of thousands and turning millions more into refugees.

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Syria's civil war has dragged on for five years, killing hundreds of thousands and turning millions more into refugees.

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