Nature is another victim of the conflict in Syria, once referred to by some as the environmental “crown jewel” of the Middle East. Inside the country and abroad, nature lovers still strive to monitor and preserve this natural heritage.
Three years after ‘Olive Branch’: A militarized Afrin and continued violations against its residents
Three years since Turkish-backed Syrian opposition factions took over the Afrin region, its original residents—especially the Kurds—have grown accustomed “to injustice.”
Four years after government forces took control of the entire city in northern Syria, Aleppo’s reality appears far from a model to be emulated.
Will new reforms be enough to quell discontent within the Autonomous Administration? The promised reforms include “local elections” across AA areas within a year.
With drastic increase in COVID-19 cases, northwest Syria languishes under health, humanitarian crises
In two months, the number of COVID-19 cases in the opposition-held northwest Syria region increased from 138 confirmed cases on September to 7,500 on November.
Syria is the most dangerous place for aid workers in the world. What can the international community do to better protect them?
After a decade of war, gross mismanagement, negligence and illegal logging, Syria's forests and ecosystems have paid a grave toll.
The COVID-19 caseload has sharply spiked in northeast Syria over the last month, challenging the Autonomous Administration's governance capacity.
Even under conservative HTS rule, women in northwest Syria are fighting for their right to be seen and heard in public life.
With the expiration of the UN cross-border aid resolution looming, alternative methods for aid delivery appear less than satisfactory.