Flawed search for the truth

David Lesch claims to have had exceptional insight into the workings of the Syrian regime and of Bashar Assad.

Of the three books on Syria and the Arab uprisings reviewed here, David Lesch’s makes, perhaps, the biggest claim – and delivers the biggest disappointment.

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