Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017 - The Syria Catastrophe

"In an overview of the ongoing conflict in Syria, Richard Beck wrote that, “the Syrian War is at once incomprehensibly byzantine and very simple.” A basic root, the struggle between the nation’s president Bashar al-Assad and the nation’s people, has expanded into something extraordinary complex, involving countless competing nations, interests and ideologies, many which are entirely external from the region and its people."

Full article on Reber Dosky's Radio Kobani, Egil Haaskjold Larsen's 69 Minutes of 86 Days and Matthew Heinemann's City of Ghosts on Little White Lies.

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