As Syria‘s nationalistic revolt gets hijacked by ideology, outside forces are changing the playing field.
Over two years later, the conflict in Syria grinds on. And with it has come a host of changes as approximately 1,000 military groups have emerged as operational entities across Syria, often pursuing highly ideological goals. In recent months, we have seen a large number of foreign fighters drawn into the Syrian conflict, which is providing a new opportunity for Islamic jihadists to establish a presence in the country while gaining battlefield experience for their fighters.
Download our new IHS report to gain insight into the latest developments in the Syrian insurgency. You’ll learn about:
- The key Islamist groups that are involved in the conflict
- What the aims and objectives of these groups are
- How these groups are changing the way they operate, both militarily and non-militarily, to exploit emerging opportunities
- The role of foreign fighters in the Syrian conflict
- The outlook for the nation, including the potential for escalation
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