Is the European Union and US involvement compatible to the challenges that Syria, the wider Middle East and Europe face? What shall the likely EU strategy be in order to resolve the Syrian conflict and to diminish the refugee crisis? What kind of motivation does Russia have when engaging in Syria and what would be the consequences? How can the West effectively neutralise the Daesh propaganda and win the battle for the hearts and souls? These are the questions and answers dealt in the collection of articles “The War in Syria: Lessons for the West”, issued by the Centre for East European Policy Studies.
The group of authors of the book includes researchers from Latvia, Germany, UK, Poland, USA and Turkey.
The research has been carried out with with support of the Group of the European People’s Party in the European Parliament and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
The book is available here.