“Whenever war breaks out, no matter where, it casts its shadow over many aspects of human existence. Only naturally, this manifests itself in the changes experienced in the lives of civilians, particularly in the case of a bloody conflict in which the most basic humanitarian principles are disregarded and where there is no serious international will to contain and limit severe loss of life.”
The anticipated military offensive in Idlib was averted by a Russian-Turkish agreement. But that does not mean the issue is solved. Even if Turkey managed to accomplish disarming extremist groups - what to do with them? And to what extent does the deal show the deal satisfy the different stakeholders' interests?