Since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, the MDC has tracked and analyzed developments as they have occured. The involvement of Iran and Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and the Western powers, by proxy or directly, in the Syrian conflict, has exacerbated the devastation wrought on that country, as has the emergence of the Islamic State and other Islamist groups. Below you may find our coverage of the issue, though the archives below are not exhaustive.
Syrian Civil War
Syrian Civil War
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In this issue of "Middle East Crossroads" [צומת המזרח התיכון], Senior Research Fellow Prof. Eyal Zisser evaluates the current situation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, in light of the ongoing Syrian conflict. In Hebrew.
Dr. Joel D. Parker discusses the symbolic role of the destruction of urban spaces and historical sites in Syria.
Senior Research Fellow Eyal Zisser analyzes the Syrian's regime's continued survival.
Am Oved Publishers and the Moshe Dayan Center
Paperback , 207 pages , ₪88
MDC Junior Researcher Joel Parker examines why Syrians, particularly from middle- and upper-class, are choosing Egypt as a place of refuge from the civil war in Syria.
MDC Junior Researcher Annie Tracy Samuel analyzes Iran's support for the Syrian regime.
Principal Research Fellow Dr. Bruce Maddy-Weitzman analyzes Syria's role in the region and the Arab League's decision to suspend its membership, against the backdrop of the ongoing Syrian Civil War.
MDC Junior Resarcher Joel Daniel Parker examines "The Dilemma of Syria's Kurds" in the context of the Arab Spring uprising.
The View from Damascus: State, Political Community and Foreign Relations in Modern Contemporary Syria
Paperback , 396 pages
MDC Researcher Dr. Joel Daniel Parker examines the current status of the Syrian opposition against the backdrop of the ongoing civil war.