Eyal Zisser, the Vice Rector of TAU and former director of MDC, has published an article in a special issue of Ma'arachot, dedicated to the civil war in Syria.
Syrian Civil War
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In this latest edition of Tel Aviv Notes, Itamar Rabinovich examines the role of Syria's cultural and artistic community in the ongoing Syrian crisis.
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.
Adam Hoffman and Marta Furlan co-published an article in The Program on Extremism at George Washington University. This article discusses the different challenges posed by the return of foreign ISIS fighters to their home countries and presents a survey of 64 states' responses to their returning foreign fighters.
Changing borders in a changing region: the civilian dimension and security predicament along the Syrian-Israeli border
Nir Boms and Karolina Zielińska have published an article in the peer-reviewed "Israel Affairs," where they examine the civilian-security situation on the Golan border with Syria.
Ofra Bengio analyzes the potential future of Syria's Kurds in "The American Interest."
Nir Boms and Stéphane Cohen analyze the effects of Iran's involvement in Syria, especially on the Syrian Golan.
Joel D. Parker analyzes the current state of the Syrian civilian political opposition to the Asad regime.