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Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) shakes hands with his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad (left) during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow on October 20, 2015. Assad, on his first foreign visit since Syria's war broke out, told his main backer and counterpart Putin in Moscow that Russia's campaign in Syria has helped contain "terrorism." (Alexey Druzhnin/AFP/Getty Images)
Russian President Vladimir Putin (right) shakes hands with his Syrian counterpart Bashar Assad (left) during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow on October 20, 2015. Assad, on his first foreign visit since Syria's war broke out, told his main backer and counterpart Putin in Moscow that Russia's campaign in Syria has helped contain "terrorism." (Alexey Druzhnin/AFP/Getty Images)
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Ahead of talks to stem the deadly civil war in Syria, Russia is apparently floating a plan for a constitutional reform process that would be followed by elections. Host Robin Young speaks with Here & Now's security analyst Jim Walsh about what's next in Syria.

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  • Jim Walsh, Here & Now security analyst, an expert in international security at MIT’s Security Studies Program. He tweets @DrJimWalshMIT.

This segment aired on November 11, 2015.

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