US-led forces have struck in Syria, reportedly killing dozens of people. Targets included the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa in the north of the country, with Arab states also taking part in the mission. So who's on board to do what against Isis? How will the permanent members of the UN Security Council react? And just over a year since it allegedly carried out chemical attacks on its own people, does the Syrian regime now stand on the right side of history?
Produced and prepared by Anelise Borges, Phoebe Lanzer Wood and Harry Darkins
Middle East specialist, University of Versailles
Former Head of the French UN Military Representation
Former spokesperson for the Syrian National Council
Political negotiator and adviser