Authoritarian tendencies mar the AANES’ quest for recognition

Arbitrary arrests targeting journalists and opposition members are on the rise in territories controlled by the SDF, which faces mounting popular dissent and intra-Kurdish tensions.

By Ammar HamouLyse Mauvais|2021-07-22T15:29:04+03:00July 22, 2021|Hasakah, Politics|

Red tape in northeast Syria: Kurdish political tensions shrink the media space

The closure of the Kurdistan24 bureau in northeast Syria by local authorities reveals a restricted media space, against the backdrop of mounting Kurdish political tensions.

By Lyse Mauvais|2021-06-23T14:01:35+03:00June 23, 2021|Hasakah, Politics|

Northeast Syria’s farmers brace for a catastrophic harvest amidst a severe water crisis

The wheat harvest is starting in northeast Syria amidst a regional drought. Local farmers expect very poor yields, which will have dire consequences as nearly 60% of Syrians are already food insecure.

By Lyse Mauvais|2021-05-30T15:32:25+03:00May 26, 2021|Deir e-Zor, Economy, Environment, Hasakah, Raqqa|

As the level of the Euphrates River drops, Syrian civilians on its banks pay the price

Turkey’s blocking of the Euphrates River water flow threatens northeast Syria with multiple short- and long-term disasters

By Hasan Al-Kassab|2021-05-09T15:16:34+03:00May 9, 2021|Culture & Society, Environment, Raqqa|
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