Electricity in Exchange for Water: A Struggle that Northeastern Syria’s Population has to live with
Editors: Maher al-Hamdan and Hoashang Hasan In front of her house, Um Mohammad sits, waiting for the “water seller”, or…Read More »
To mitigate Caesar Act’s economic impact, Syria bets on neighbors, would they come to its rescue?
BERLIN – The Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act will be enforced mid-June; however, the economy squad of the Syrian government…Read More »
A nightmare of assassinations is riling Daraa. Who is responsible?
DARAA: The wave of assassinations that have become a fact of life in southern Syria’s Daraa province isn’t sparing anyone,…Read More »
‘A new international trend’: Where is Idlib?
PARIS: Political negotiations between Russia and Turkey have reached a dead end, a fact apparent on the ground since last…Read More »