On Wednesday, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) voted to suspend several of Syria’s rights and privileges as a party to the Chemical Weapons Convention. What does this decision mean, and what are the consequences for Syria?
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.
Shop owners in Old Homs are forced to reopen their stores or face legally-baseless seizures by the regime.
Out of around 664,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan registered with the UNHCR, approximately 26,000 people, or 3.5%, have disabilities
In March and with no explanation, the Syrian regime closed four of the five crossings with the Kurdish-dominated AANES-administered areas, resulting in a spike in the prices of essential commodities in northeast Syria.
In Syria and abroad, Syrians are silently suffering a mental health pandemic.
For the tenth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, take a look back in time through a selection of 30 articles from our archives, going over some of the most salient strategic and humanitarian developments of the war.
The Assad regime, characterized by corruption and brutality, paves the way for a growing forgery market for individuals to seize other Syrians’ properties illegally.
Whether abuses against Syrians in Turkey are exaggerated or not by the media, they have to develop a new integration strategy based on interaction with the Turkish opposition parties.
The revolution has led to a somewhat greater degree of freedom, but also to greater disinformation as new challenges emerged for Syrian journalists in an increasingly fragmented country.