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The topic of the discussion was the new aggravation of the military situation in Syria, interests of the major regional and global players in the Syrian conflict, the prospects for the political process in Geneva, and the impact of the Syrian conflict on the situation in the region of the Middle East in general.

On February 7 French television company France24 held a live debate on the issues of de-escalation is Syria.

Tony Badran, Research Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies; Andrey Kortunov, Director General, Russian International Affairs Council; Joshua Landis, Director of Center for Middle East Studies, University of Oklahoma; and Ammar Abd Rabbo, Freelance Photo Journalist took part in the debate.

The topic of the discussion was the new aggravation of the military situation in Syria, interests of the major regional and global players in the Syrian conflict, the prospects for the political process in Geneva, and the impact of the Syrian conflict on the situation in the region of the Middle East in general.

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