Julia Neumann, 31, works as an independent correspondent from Beirut focused on conflict-sensitive, solutions-oriented journalism. Topics she works on revolve around gender, environment, social justice and migration. She prioritizes a people-centered perspective in her reporting.
France’s international arrest warrant for Bashar al-Assad for complicity in crimes against humanity marks a historic first. What does it mean in practice, and what are its implications for seemingly unstoppable regional normalization?