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16 December 2016 By Andy Critchlow

After the last Iraq war, U.S. reconstruction cash poured in. Were Aleppo’s collapse to prompt the end of the war in Syria, Moscow’s economic fragility would make it unlikely to follow suit. An EU populist backlash against a fresh influx of fleeing Syrians helps Russia anyway.

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