Chrome360 | March 2018 | Syria

This month, the Syrian conflict entered its eighth year.  What began as a series of peaceful protests in March 2011, swiftly erupted into civil conflict and then into an international proxy war as the battle for Syria intensified. 

In this series, we examine the roots of the Syrian conflict and how it became an international proxy war, the impact of the conflict on civil society, the consequences for Syria’s rich cultural heritage, and the work being done to protect a culture in crisis.

A ChromeRadio production in partnership with the Institute for the Study of War and Strategy at the University of St Andrews, also our partner on the Chrome360 Iran series

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Chrome360 | WW1 Centenary | Enter the Peace Broker

1 March 2018

In 2017, ChromeRadio partnered with the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library, the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, and the Université Paris-Sorbonne on a series of panel discussions to accompany ChromeRadio‘s podcast drama, Enter the Peace Broker by Martyn Wade, about America’s journey into the First World War.