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08-04-2020

In this paper, Jihad Yazigi analyses the consequences of three main new challenges for the Syrian economy and the population at large: the Lebanon crisis, the enactment of the Caesar Act and now the coronavirus pandemic. He estimates that the economy's bleak prospects will only worsen in the coming months and that Syria's population will remain heavily dependent on the international humanitarian effort.
 
This paper was published by the Arab Reform Initiative.
Syria Report News
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04-10-2019

In the past few weeks The Syria Report has been quoted by various international media in articles on the Syrian economy.

Syria Report News
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29-03-2019

In the past couple of weeks The Syria Report has been quoted by a number of international media.

Syria Report News
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15-10-2018

This short text is the contribution of our editor-in-chief, Jihad Yazigi, to the Arab Horizons report recently published by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Syria Report News
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02-05-2018

A short video featuring an interview by Chatham House with our editor-in-chief, Jihad Yazigi.

Syria Report News
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23-04-2018

On April 16, 2018, the Carnegie Middle East Center launched a report on the requirements for a return of Syrian refugees to their country titled Unheard Voices: What Syrian Refugees Need to Return Home.

Syria Report News
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19-03-2018

The Syria Report and its editor in chief have been quoted in several international media:

Syria Report News
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13-03-2018

Chatham House held in early March a one-day conference on the occasion of the seven-year anniversary of the Syrian revolution.

Syria Report News
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09-03-2018

In the past week, The Syria Report has been quoted by various media:

New York TimesRussia's Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

The NationalThe mass return of refugees is not part of the Syrian regime’s survival plan

Syria Report News
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06-03-2018

The Syria Report is quoted here by Arab News, following a recent event in Chatham House on Syria, seven years after the onset of the uprising.