BEIRUT/MOSCOW – While the desperate flight of Syrians from their country’s war was dominating news bulletins this summer, yet another diplomatic push to end the 4-year-old conflict was quietly running into the sand.
That largely unnoticed failure has reinforced the view amongst Syria experts that there is no solution in sight, with one of the biggest obstacles a seemingly unbridgeable international divide over President Bashar Assad’s future.
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