Israel escalated its strikes on Iranian targets in Syria in 2023. We examine why.
In the provinces of Deir_ez_Zor, Al_Hasakah, and Raqqa in eastern Syria, there are 167 military sites representing four international powers: the US_led Coalition forces, Russia, Iran, and Turkey. This distribution illustrates the magnitude of foreign actors' influence on the security and military landscapes in these areas.
The impetus for migration endures across the Syrian tapestry, with inhabitants of particular locales confronting more intense pressures that compel them to exit their homeland. In a blend of ingenuity and necessity, these individuals architect diverse avenues for outbound movement, all while navigating the labyrinth of risks that encase their trips.
830 Military sites of foreign powers run by different countries those control decision-making process in Syria: the US led International Coalition Russia Turkey Iran
Working in the economic, political, and social sectors is not possible without considering the demographic dimension. Population issues have remained a focal point for many research institutions, as demographic changes have impacted everyone. Similarly, migration and displacement issues have remained prominent throughout the years of conflict in Syria.
A map published by the Jusoor Center for Studies, in cooperation with the Infomagine Foundation, depicts the land crossings between Turkey and the affected areas after the
A map is released by the Jusoor Center for Studies monitors the reality of control ratios between the local forces in Syria by the end of 2022, as it shows the absence of any change in the influence of the Syrian opposition, the Syrian regime forces, and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
In 2013, Israel started launching air strikes on Syria, which fall within the strategy of the "Campaign between Wars (CBW)"; where it considers it necessary to weaken the capabilities of the enemy (Iran and its militias or military units) and respond to threats outside the borders.
Jusoor Center for Studies, in cooperation with the InformaGene platform for data analysis, publishes a map of the military bases and points of foreign forces in Syria.