A kidnapping crisis is escalating in the country—one so bad that even conflict journalists can’t do their job. Janine di Giovanni on what can happen when no press is around to witness a war.
Janine di Giovanni, an award-winning foreign correpsondent, is a contributing editor of Vanity Fair and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She is writing a book about Syria.
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