David Hannay argues that Europeans should treat Iran as a serious interlocutor and player, and not as a pre-ordained adversary.
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Ian Kearns proposes a mix of greater use of western military power, more support for the countries in the region and, controversially for some, a willingness to negotiate with Assad.
Tarja Cronberg argues that by better understanding what made the Iran nuclear negotiations successful the West can shape a more effective approach to the Syrian crisis.
Janusz Onyszkiewicz outlines the many ways in which Russia’s intervention in Syria may not have as positive an outcome as Moscow might hope.
Ozdem Sandberk outlines the many problems faced by Turkey in its Middle Eastern neighbourhood, arguing that in such a fragmented region a military solution in Syria is not viable.
Signed by over 70 European political, diplomatic and military leadership figures, this intervention calls the July 14th Iranian nuclear agreement a sound framework for ending the crisis.