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Author Czuperski, Maksymilian, author

Title Breaking Aleppo / Maksymilian Czuperski, Faysal Itani, Ben Nimmo, Eliot Higgins, and Emma Beals
Published Washington, D.C. : Atlantic Council, [2017]
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Description 1 online resource (64 pages) : color maps, color photographs
Contents Foreword. -- Background. -- Population. -- Siege. -- Ceasefires. -- Attacks overview. -- Hospital attacks. -- Incendiary weapons. -- Cluster munitions. -- Chemical weapons. -- Evacuation. -- Disinformation. -- Conclusion. -- Appendix
Summary "This report has described in detail and context how the regime and its allies finally broke opposition-held Aleppo using siege, indiscriminate bombing, chemical weapons, incendiary bombs, and unrelenting misinformation. The findings are a sound rebuttal to the regime coalition's deliberate obfuscation and denials over what happened there. Telling Aleppo's story offers an in-depth view of some of the strategies being employed elsewhere around Syria, but even this is only the start of any effort to handle the Syria crisis and the role of Bashar al-Assad's allies in it"--Publisher's description
Notes "February 13, 2017"--Table of contents page
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF cover page (ACUS, viewed February 15, 2017)
Subject Civil War (Syria : 2011- )
Chemical warfare -- Syria
Cluster bombs -- Syria
Incendiary weapons
Information warfare -- Syria
Siege warfare -- Syria
War crimes -- Syria
War victims -- Syria
Chemical warfare.
Cluster bombs.
Incendiary weapons.
Information warfare.
Siege warfare.
War crimes.
War victims.
Syria -- History -- Civil War, 2011-
Syria.
Form Electronic book
Author Beals, Emma, author
Higgins, Eliot, author
Itani, Faysal, author
Nimmo, Ben, author
Atlantic Council of the United States, publisher, issuing body
ISBN 1619774496
9781619774490