On Oct. 16, the Subcommittee on Middle East, North Africa, and International Terrorism hosted a hearing on recommendations for U.S. Policy with the co-chairs of the Syria Study Group following the release of their final report. The livestream is available below.
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The Turkish offensive in northern Syria may force European countries to finally decide what to do about its citizens who fought for the Islamic State.
The Turkish invasion of northern Syria underlines the urgency of figuring out how best to detain Islamic State members and hold them accountable for crimes they may have committed while fighting alongside the group.
President Trump is removing U.S. forces from key areas of northern Syria so that Turkey can attack Kurdish forces—long-standing military partners of the U.S. Mass releases of Islamic State fighters held by the Kurds may soon follow.
Why has Jordan been more welcoming to Syrian refugees than the conflict's other neighbors?
Many Syrians cannot return home. They need a way into the Turkish economy.
A slapdash rollout and decision at odds with the international community are an uncomfortable fit for the complex and hotly contested political history of the Golan Heights.
The U.S. and EU have made significant progress toward justice and accountability for the crimes committed by the Syrian regime and its supporters.
Germany and France have arrested former members of the Assad regime—including the most senior former official arrested so far—for serious violations of international law, including crimes against humanity.
China's economic and security interests in Syria are drawing it deeper into the Middle East.