Russia and its allies are spreading new anarchy that will bite them too
THE end of the siege of eastern Aleppo marks a turning point in the five-year civil war, which has seen at least 400,000 Syrians killed and more than 12 million displaced. The war is far from over, not least for Aleppo.
The Assad military dictatorship now is in nominal control of the five principal cities in the populated western part of Syria. But it has little chance of dominating the whole country soon.
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