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In mid-2016 the Simon-Skjodt Center initiated a research project that aimed to generate constructive discussion among policymakers and academics about how mass atrocities in Syria might have been prevented or mitigated, what might still be done, and what that situation can teach us about saving lives in future instances of genocide and mass atrocities. The project resulted in seven papers, linked below. Learn more about the background to the center’s research project on Syria here.