The Syrian uprising, which began in March 2011, quickly devolved into a violent war between Bashar al-Assad's regime and multiple, fragmented opposition movements. Six years later, the conflict has resulted in the deaths of over 250.000 Syrians, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights; forced over 4 million people to migrate to neighboring countries; and displaced a further 7.6 million people within Syria.
Below are the first set of policy briefs in the working package in which authors offer their thoughts and insights.
Syrian Civil War: Limitations and Preconditions For Effective Multilateralism in an Evermore Conflictual Multipolar World by René Rieger
The UN and Sustainable Peace in Syria-Still Worth Debating by Patrycja Sasnal
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