Chances of normalization success with the Syrian regime by Arab countries declining
Director of “Jusoor Center” discusses “the conflict in Syria” at a symposium of “International Minds” Association
On 29 May AIMs Istanbul organizing symposium “The Conflict in Syria” as President of Jusoor Center for Studies "Mohammed Sarmini" reviews Syrian scene, its overlaps outcomes are to be foreseen plus roles of int'l and regional actors in Syria; US, Russia ,UN ,China, Iran ,Turkey ,Gulf states.
The United States extended on May 8, 2023, the state of emergency regarding the Syrian regime until 2024, considering its behavior as still posing an unusual and extraordinary threat to US national security and foreign policy.
Despite the Syrian regime has been isolated by the international community after 2011, it was notable that many countries engaged in negotiations with this regime even before the start of the normalization process by the end of 2018.
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.
Syrian refugees in Türkiye and IDPs in NW Syria face great challenges after the earthquake struck the region on Feb. 6, 2023. It discusses the key challenges facing Syrians in Türkiye and inside Syria in the short and medium terms, which affect many areas, especially economic, social, health, urban and others
Undoubtedly, this decision represents a serious Arab retreat from the position taken at the end of 2011 in response to the grave violations taking place in Syria. It serves the interests of the perpetrators of these violations and enhances the likelihood of similar violations being committed in other countries.