For Syrians, Russia’s aggressive tactics in Ukraine are hauntingly familiar. Impunity Watch speaks to Syrian activists, including Tayseer Alkarim, CIC non-resident fellowabout the opportunity to cement solidarity, and on what mistakes to mend.

Aug 11, 2022
Tayseer Alkarim
Europe, Syria

James Traub examines the difference between Europe’s treatment of Syrians and Ukrainians as evidence of racism—and reality.

Mar 21, 2022
James Traub
Europe, Syria

The Christian Science Monitor spoke with CIC deputy director and senior fellow Hanny Megally about the conviction of a former high-ranking Syrian government official in a German court, and what this means for Syria and the international community.

Jan 31, 2022
Hanny Megally
Syria

CIC deputy director Hanny Megally co-wrote this op-ed in Al Jazeera, along with other commissioners from the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria. In it, the experts discuss avenues to legal justice for victims of acrocities in Syria.

Jan 13, 2022
Hanny Megally
Syria

Hanny Megally, CIC senior fellow and member of the Commissioner on the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria, co-authored this op-ed in Le Monde explaining why the international community must commit to repatriating children detained in Syrian camps.

Oct 24, 2021
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Humanitarian Crises

In this article for The Times, CIC senior fellow Hanny Megally and co-authors denounce the treatment of Syrian children.

Sep 22, 2021
Hanny Megally
Syria
Humanitarian Crises

In this Reuters article, CIC deputy director & senior fellow Hanny Megally was interviewed about the latest concerning updates from the U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Syria.

Sep 14, 2021
Hanny Megally
Syria

CIC non-resident fellow Tayseer Alkarim co-authored an article at BMJ Global Health detailing the WHO mandate, and principles to guide a reform of the organization.

Aug 05, 2021
Tayseer Alkarim
Syria

CIC deputy director Paige Arthur spoke with TechMonitor about new, automated strategies to monitor conflict zones for humanitarian purposes.

Aug 05, 2021
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Syria

Nearly two years after the Islamic State’s (IS) fighting forces were dislodged from their final hideout in Baghouz, Syria, the northeast (NE) region remains highly insecure. Numerous state actors with a stake in the future of Syria either maintain a troop presence in the NE or are providing financial and logistical support to proxies or other non-state actors. The resulting conflicts paint a worrying picture for the future of the NE and its residents.

Mar 22, 2021
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