Published in: North Africa, West Asia: OpinionA murder in Syria reignites the debate about so-called ‘honour killings’
Despite legal reforms, the country’s fragmentation and persistent attitudes about women and girls are a barrier to...
How Syria’s Afrin became hell for Kurds
Turkish backed militias have turned life in Afrin into one of constant fear of torture, kidnapping, and death.
Rojava: statelessness in a time of pandemic
Lack of international recognition as a state has disastrous consequences on an area already suffering from war and...
Published in: ourEconomyThe world is in a revolutionary moment – how can the global left be a serious player?
We need not one but two internationales – a ‘movement of movements’ and a World Party.
The Turkish invasion of Syria: A new hope for Jihadists
What are the geopolitical stakes of Turkey’s invasion of Syria?
Journalism in Rojava (I): Media institutions, regulations and organisations
This four-part series explores the media environment in northeastern Syria. The first three articles will analyse...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?A tale of Rojava and Europe: no time for dried-up dreams
Rojava is a project born of a historical experience, built and fought for by people who have understood that the...
The geopolitics of the Kurds and the case of Rojava
How does the military cooperation of the Kurds in Rojava and Northern Syria with the US, Russia and other forces...
Syria: prospects and solutions
The optimal outcome of the conflict in Syria is for democratic elections to take place and the regime to step down....