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From Homs to Aleppo: A Journey Through the Destruction of the Syrian War: Part 2: Aleppo   
Part II of this two-part series surveys the conflict’s impact on Aleppo. In November 2017, photojournalist Susan Schulman visited Syria with the intention of looking at the challenges of reconstruction in Homs and Aleppo – two of the cities that symbolise the devastating seven-year conflict.
Blood Between Us: Psychological Occupation and Resistance in Mosul   
The resourceful resistance effort in Mosul provides useful lessons on how psychological operations can be effectively countered. Following the liberation of Mosul, it is now possible to examine how local activists evolved into a coherent resistance movement during three years of occupation. In this...
Spring Goes to Winter: A Very Twenty-First Century Revolution in the Middle East   
The Arab Spring of 2011, a time of hope and optimism especially for the region’s young people, has become an Arab Winter. To turn the tide, young people must rally behind a unifying cause and not be discouraged by incremental, imperfect reforms.
The Friend of My Enemy   
Iranians are well-known for their sense of diplomacy and professional diplomats are even, at times, experts at confusing their interlocutors. On March 13, Iran’s minister of foreign affairs, Javad Zarif, paid an official visit to Islamabad in order to pacify the Pakistanis after Hassan Rouhani’s thr...
Blocked arteries: The EU’s problem with African integration   
Encouraging regional integration could improve economic diversification and economic security in North Africa, while encouraging the regional labour migration that has long helped sustain the Sahel and West Africa. On 21 March 2018, at an Extraordinary Summit of the African Union (AU) in Kigali, re...
Freeing Nazanin - how we've persevered   
Posted 05 Apr 2018, 11:30am By GuestBloggers 0 comments Written by?Daren Nair,?Amnesty International?activist and member of the Amnesty International Tower Hamlets group.Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, an innocent 39 year old British- Iranian mother from London has been wrongfully imprisoned in Iran?now...
Rising Israeli–Iranian tensions   
Tensions between Israel and Iran spiked on 10 February 2018, when an Iranian-produced unmanned aerial vehicle – launched from a Syrian air base near Palmyra – crossed into Israeli airspace. The drone was an Iranian copy of a US SQ-170 Sentinel, one of which Iran had captured after its operators in A...
Must-watch documentaries for the long weekend   
? Frankie Fouganthin Posted 29 Mar 2018, 9:49am By Almas Korotana 0 comments Oscar season is well and truly over.?But with the long Easter weekend upon us,?here?are some films for you to seek out that'll keep you entertained and informed, while making you think about the world we live in. ?Human Fl...
Iraq: back to square one   
The success of the new EU strategy for Iraq will require a continuous and coordinated support with a long-term view that goes beyond the incidental military victories It is now 15 years since the Iraq invasion. It marked the start of it all in the country, of almost everything in the region and of ...
Russia Reform Monitor - No. 2198   
February 14: Just who, exactly, is waging Russia's war in Syria? Israel's Ha'aretz newspaper reports that, according to the St. Petersburg-based Fontanka website, an estimated 3,000 Russian military contractors have been present in Syria since 2015 under the auspices of the Wagner paramilitary grou...
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