Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Tag Archives: Syria
US begins training Syrian rebels in Jordan to become anti-Isis force | World news | The Guardian.
While field and military developments unfold in Syria, Western activity in the country is ongoing. Heavy battles continue in different areas, which entered its fifth year of a multiple-battlefront civil war in March. Western visitors are flocking to Damascus in … Continue reading
The not so ‘moderate’ #Syrian rebels: New Details on 2012 Kidnapping of NBC News Team in Syria – NBC News.com
via New Details on 2012 Kidnapping of NBC News Team in Syria – NBC News.com.
Video: Did #NBC Cover Up Role of U.S.-Backed #FreeSyrianArmy in 2012 #Kidnapping of Richard Engel? | Democracy Now!
Did NBC Cover Up Role of U.S.-Backed Free Syrian Army in 2012 Kidnapping of Richard Engel? | Democracy Now!.
Fuel Subsidy Policy and Popular Mobilization in #Syria | Middle East Research and Information Project
On February 17, Syrian Minister of Oil Muhammad al-Lahham warned Parliament that the price of fuel would have to increase. This announcement came just one month after the government raised the official price of diesel by more than 50 percent … Continue reading