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Syria Media Roundup (May 30)Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
الكارثة السورية Omar Dahi on the Syrian catastrophe.
Syria Media Roundup (May 23) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
إعادة الحساب الدائمة: إساءة فهم سوريا بعد سنتين Bassam Haddad on the analysis of writers, thinkers, and politicians of the situation in Syria.
Syria`s Inglorious Basterd Audrey Ann Lavallee argues that “the evolution of a fatalistic discourse on Syria strangely coincides with a foreign policy increasingly suited to the status quo and adverse to the idea of having to make concessions with countries such as Iran.”
Too Close for Comfort: Syrians in Lebanon An International Crisis Group report
Syria Media Roundup (May 16) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
الربيع العربي والاسلام السياسي Mohammad Saif Addin cynically argues that the American influence in the "Arab Spring" is being revealed, while suggesting that the roots of its events, for the most part, have proven to be artificial.
Death from the Skies: Deliberate and Indiscriminate Air Strikes on Civilians
Amidst a Violent Conflict, Syria’s Students Struggle for an Education Tadween editors on the ongoing struggle that Syrians endure to seek a coherent education in times of war.
Why There Is No Military Solution to the Syrian Conflict argued by Asli U Bali and Aziz Rana
Uncounted and Unacknowledged: Syria`s Refugee University Students and Academics in Jordan
Syria Media Roundup (May 9) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
O.I.L. Media Roundup (May 9) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on occupation and international law in various outlets.
New Texts Out Now: Simon Jackson, Diaspora Politics and Developmental Empire: The Syro-Lebanese at the League of Nations By Simon Jackson
Widespread Middle East Fears that Syrian Violence Will Spread A Report by the Pew Research Global Attitudes Project
New Addition to the Syrian Islamic Front Aron Lund on this latest military development
Month-by-Month Summary of Developments in Syria (Updated) The International Crisis Group’s monthly update
Beyond the Banality of Evil: The Challenge of Professional Photography in Syria About the Pullitzer prizes won by journalists covering Syria, Line Zouhour writes : “ by turning mud into gold, these professional photographers have forced us to look straight into the eyes of Syrians again, and just for that reason, they fully deserve the Pulitzer Prize.
Syria Media Roundup (May 2) Weekly collection of pertinent articles published on Syria in various outlets.
Aid Inside Syria: Too Little, But Not Too Late A report by Refugees International, asking donors and aid agencies “to think far more creatively about how to secure access to displaced populations and ensure impartial service provision.”
قراءة في الحراك السياسي في الجولان المحتل Munir Fakhereldin on the political movements and activism in the occupied Golan Heights.