A delicate ceasefire had been in place in Syria for just a week when a UN aid convoy was hit by an airstrike, destroying over half the trucks. The US blamed Russia for the attack, though Moscow denied it. Just two days earlier, the US had mistakenly killed over 60 Syrian government troops. The ceasefire deal was negotiated by the US and Russia, but now the two powers are trading bitter and public accusations. Cui Hongjian of the China Institute of International Studies, Dmitry Babich of Sputnik International and Kurt Volker of the McCain Institute for International Leadership discuss the attack on the aid convoy and the future for the Syria ceasefire.
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