In our latest issue of Iqtisadi: Middle East Economy, Paul Rivlin assesses the economic damage caused by COVID-19 particularly in countries in the region experiencing the fallout of ongoing conflicts, and discusses several key trends that will continue to plague these hard-hit states.
Economy of Syria
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In our June issue of Iqtisadi, Joel D. Parker examines the connection between the economic crises in Lebanon and Syria in light of new sanctions imposed by the United States.
Mauro Primavera analyzes the ways that corrupt businessmen are capitalizing on the bloody Syrian conflict.
In this edition of Iqtisadi: Middle East Economy, Dr. Paul Rivlin discusses the development of a war economy in Syria and the various factors contributing to the prolongation of the conflict.
Senior Research Fellow Dr. Paul Rivlin demonstrates that Syria's economic problems are as polarizing as its ethnic tensions.
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