Isis forces have captured Palmyra, site of an ancient city that survived for 2000 years but is now facing destruction. It is a severe blow to Syria’s cultural heritage, but also signals the weakness of the Assad regime. Fiona Symon discusses the reasons for the regime's recent reverses with Erika Soloman.

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