Posts tagged "Syrian opposition"
What’s at Stake in Future Negotiations Between U.S. and Russia

What’s at Stake in Future Negotiations Between U.S. and Russia

As the U.S. and Russia reopen discussions about Syria, Syria Deeply spoke with Russia policy experts about Moscow’s primary objective and what it would take for the Kremlin to drop Assad. More»

Assad Must Fall

Assad Must Fall

Joseph Daher is a Swiss-Syrian academic and activist. Originally from Aleppo, Daher is a staunch opponent of the Syrian Ba’ath regime. He maintains the website Syria Freedom Forever, which is dedicated to building a secular and socialist Syria. More»

Politics of Class and Identity Dividing Aleppo – and Syria

Politics of Class and Identity Dividing Aleppo – and Syria

This week marked the end of the sixth year of the war in Syria. On this terrible anniversary we examine the deepening economic, social and other divisions that make it so difficult for refugees to return to Aleppo, the city that has become a bellwether for the country’s future. More»

To Work in Douma, Men Must Join Militants of Jaish Al-Islam

To Work in Douma, Men Must Join Militants of Jaish Al-Islam

After enduring four years of government-imposed siege and living under the increasingly authoritarian rule of the armed opposition, residents of the Damascus suburb have no choice but to join Jaish al-Islam if they want to find work. More»

After Astana, Many Obstacles Remain to Maintain the Cease-Fire in Syria

After Astana, Many Obstacles Remain to Maintain the Cease-Fire in Syria

Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed to enforce a nationwide truce in Syria, in the hopes of paving the way for a future political solution to the crisis, but both the Syrian government and opposition have their doubts about the truce. More»

‘An Invitation to Kill’: Proxies, Foreign Powers in Syria Endanger Civilians

‘An Invitation to Kill’: Proxies, Foreign Powers in Syria Endanger Civilians

Foreign intervention and the many proxy groups fighting on all sides of the conflict in Syria have further polarized the war and complicated the rules for accountability when it comes to civilian protection. More»

My Days in Damascus: The Strategy of Minding My Own Business

My Days in Damascus: The Strategy of Minding My Own Business

Farah is a young woman living in Syria’s capital, where she faces the daily struggles of maintaining a normal life in a country being ripped apart by war. More»

The World According to Trump, and What It May Mean for Syria

The World According to Trump, and What It May Mean for Syria

Rebel-held Aleppo was the first casualty of President-elect Donald Trump’s emerging world order. Annia Ciezadlo explains what to expect next in Syria. More»

Let’s Not Pretend Scenes of Horror in Eastern Aleppo Are ‘Unexpected’

Let’s Not Pretend Scenes of Horror in Eastern Aleppo Are ‘Unexpected’

The humanitarian crisis in eastern Aleppo is tragic but not unimaginable or surprising – it is the result of years of inaction by the international community, writes Physicians for Human Rights researcher Elise Baker. More»

Trump Is the U.S. President Assad Has Been Waiting For

Trump Is the U.S. President Assad Has Been Waiting For

The new U.S. president wants his Syrian counterpart to stay. Journalist Annia Ciezadlo explains what that’s going to mean for the nearly half of Syrian civilians who are stranded by war. More»

Aid Delivery Delays to Madaya Worsen Infectious Diseases, Malnutrition

Aid Delivery Delays to Madaya Worsen Infectious Diseases, Malnutrition

Cases of meningitis and malnutrition-related growth deficiencies are increasing in the besieged town of Madaya, where humanitarian aid deliveries are sporadic and insufficient. More»

My Days In Damascus: Out Of The Belly Of The Whale Part 2

My Days In Damascus: Out Of The Belly Of The Whale Part 2

Farah is a young woman living in Syria’s capital city, where she faces the daily struggles of trying to maintain a normal social and professional life in a country being ripped apart by war. More»