Dareen Khalifa

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Last week, Syrian opposition and regime leaders negotiated the continuation of a tentative cease-fire in Astana, Kazakhstan, with pledged support from Russia, Iran and Turkey. The latest in a string of many such agreements, analysts and citizens alike are cautious about its success. A new survey reveals why Syrians believe past local truces failed and also offers lessons for how the new nationwide agreement can avoid a similar fate.

The Day After, a Syrian nongovernmental organization based in Istanbul, interviewed 1,260 Syrian civilians, fighters and their families, to measure their views on the creation of local agreements, levels of satisfaction and consequences on their everyday lives.…  Seguir leyendo »