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Syria Media Roundup (September 27) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
من المآسي المضاعفة للنزوح:فتيات سوريات للزواج "بثمن بخس Mohammad Al-Fdaylat writes about the hardship that Syrian women who have sought refuge in Jordan face in the country, as "noble" men continue to treat them as commodities that should be bought and sold for competitive prices.
Syria Media Roundup (September 20) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
الطاغية إبن الطاغية As'ad Abukhalil writes about the rule of the tyrant, son of a tyrant.
Syria Media Roundup (September 13) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
السلطة الساعية إلى انتزاع الطائفة من جبلها إلى عنفها Salma Idilbi discusses Alawite loyalty to the Asad regime and puts it in the context of their history in Syrian politics.
Syria Media Roundup (September 6) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
The FSA: How to Lose Support and Alienate People in No Time Rita from Syria on people’s disenchantment with the armed opposition.
The Love Affair with Erdogan (Part 2) Agnes Czajka suggests it is Erdogan’s “impressive performance in the international arena that sustains his international reputation.”
Month-by-Month Summary of Developments in Syria (Updated) International Crisis Group’s summary of events for August.
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