Aleppo’s fall won’t end the Syrian conflict – it will signal a more terrifying stage

  • حايد حايد

    Consulting Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House

    زميل مشارك استشاري، برنامج الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا

The fall of Aleppo will neither end the conflict nor bring more stability to the country. The continuing offensive by the Syrian regime to capture the rest of the eastern side of the city has led to the capture of about 75% of the rebel-held area. But the regime’s swift advances in the past few days have raised many questions about what impact the fall of Aleppo will have on the broader Syrian conflict.

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