For more than two years, Syria’s passport system has been in a crisis that is disrupting travel plans and opening the door for corruption and exploitation by passport brokers.
Perspective: Of pro-regime marches and freedom demonstrations: Two decades of reshaping a Syrian human being
On the twelfth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, our reporter Walid Al Nofal reflects on his personal experience.
Twelve years after the Syrian revolution began, formal opposition political and service institutions are wholly reliant on Turkey, impacting service provision and governance in the areas they administer.
Many residential buildings in northwestern Syria were already weakened by years of bombing or built in ways that did not meet engineering and construction standards when the February 6 earthquake struck, leaving them prone to collapse.
Regime-controlled parts of Syria are in the grips of the worst fuel crisis since 2011, driving up costs of heating, goods and services, and paralyzing parts of the public sector
Days of airstrikes and rumblings of a long-threatened Turkish offensive in northern Syria after Istanbul bombing
Ground shelling continued on Friday after days of heavy Turkish airstrikes on territory held by Kurdish forces in Syria and Iraq, while Turkish President Erdoğan renewed his vow to launch a long-threatened ground operation in northern Syria
Interests over ideology: Why al-Jolani is expanding into northern Aleppo, and how Turkey might respond
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham’s expansion into northern Aleppo can be explained not through ideology, but strategic interests. Whether or not the hardline faction holds on to its recently captured territory hinges on how Turkey responds.
Suwayda’s Men of Dignity faction is at the heart of recent operations against regime-linked “gangs” in the province. What does the group want? And where does it stand vis-a-vis Damascus today?
Some Syrians in Turkey have built their dreams on the idea of getting citizenship to build a future and a life there. Amid skyrocketing anti-Syrian sentiment, the promise of that dream is slipping away, even for those who achieved it
From the National Council to the National Coalition: Has Syria’s political opposition become a burden on the revolution?
The relations between post-revolution political blocs, assemblies and platforms have been characterized by internal conflicts that reflect regional and international polarization.