In this article, Mary Zelenova explores the aftermath of mass evacuations of civilians from the besieged territory of eastern Aleppo.
Ankara turns to Moscow amidst increasingly strained US-Turkish relations. Genevieve Zingg examines the shifting power dynamics in Syria as Washington is sidelined by the Russian-Turkish ceasefire deal.
Listen to Sha Lalapet interview Neil Hauer about the geopolitics of the ongoing Syrian conflict and what we can expect in the coming months
Russian vetoes have been detrimental to progress on the Syrian conflict, with no end in sight.
In 2016, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported 13.5 million Syrians in need of humanitarian assistance. Millions of innocent victims are fleeing what has become a region of immense political instability, destabilization, violence, war, and persecution. Immediate life-saving aid such as food, water, sanitation, and health care are desperately Read More…
What has become of Aleppo, one of the world’s oldest cities in Syria? Sha Lalapet traces its historical significance and explains its current state in light of the Syrian conflict.
How did the Syrian ceasefire change relations between US and Russia? Sha Lalapet analyses the week-long Syrian ceasefire and the international implications that unfolded as a result.
What does the current ceasefire in Syria mean? Who gains what? Sha Lalapet examines the effects of the deal on regional stability and international relations.
According to unconfirmed reports, North Korean soldiers have been aiding the Syrian government against opposition forces. Jeremy Paquin explains how military co-operation between the two unlikely allies has been going on for the past several decades, culminating in today’s Syrian conflict.