Published in: TransformationHow not to understand ISIS
The view that one particular religious doctrine is uniquely extremist won’t help us to appreciate the cycles of...
Published in: North Africa, West AsiaKafr Batna, Syria
I want to believe, have to believe, that when people learn of what is truly going on in Syria, to the Syrian people,...
Lebanese pluralism in a limbo of unknowns
Today a large proportion of individuals within Lebanon feel that the instabilities playing out are neither their...
A complicated relationship: Libya, Syria and the international press
The decision whether to intervene militarily in Syria should not be dictated by non-information, nor should the...
Journalism in Syria is fast becoming a one-way ticket to death
Journalists report the news - but who reports on their safety?
What do Syrians eat? Food and the war economy
The long-run viability of Syria will depend on economic recovery, it will not be decided by military victory on...
Lebanon at breaking point
Two out of three Lebanese believe that the conflict in Syria could lead to a new civil war in Lebanon. For many, the...
Syria: waiting for the Tomahawk
As the world holds its collective breath in anticipation of western military intervention, the children of Zamalka...