Why has Jordan been more welcoming to Syrian refugees than the conflict's other neighbors?
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Many Syrians cannot return home. They need a way into the Turkish economy.
It would help refugees make a living and be an asset to the Turkish economy.
With the war winding down, Putin's partners in Syria have fewer shared interests.
China's economic and security interests in Syria are drawing it deeper into the Middle East.
CVE programs built for domestic populations in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East miss what refugees need most.
As new U.N. Special Envoy for Syria Geir Pedersen prepares to assume his position on January 7, it is an opportune time to revisit the Syrian constitutional drafting effort and its role within the larger Syrian peace process.
The Syria deployment was never well thought out. But it is both tragic and dangerous that the U.S. deployment is ending in an even less coherent way.
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Yemen peace talks make progress on key issues, Turkey’s foreign minister says the Trump administration is considering expelling Fethullah Gulen and Turkish troops threaten to push into territory held by U.S.-backed forces.
After more than seven and a half years of death and destruction, the prospect of accountability for the Syrian conflict is not completely hopeless.