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As Turkey heads toward elections in 2023, the debate about the Syrian refugees is playing a big role in Turkish political discourse and on social media platforms. Meanwhile, opposition parties see the problem as an opportunity to gain votes and to criticize the AKP government for its inability to handle the crisis successfully.
Mahmood Alhosain

Mahmood Alhosain

   28 January 2022
It has been ten years since the war in Syria broke out. The situation is unrelieved, as a political solution to end this bloody conflict is still out of reach. According to statistics issued recently by UN agencies, more than 6.6 million refugees are distributed on neighboring countries and EU countries, while number of internally displaced people is estimated to be ...6.7 million
Harmoon Center

Harmoon Center

   16 August 2021
The re-establishing of Syria is practically impossible with such situation, and requires a reform in the army’s roles, so army restructuring will be the subject of this study.
Harmoon Center

Harmoon Center

   17 June 2021
Any solution that does not lead to the aforementioned cannot be considered a political solution.
Abdallah al Najjar

Abdallah al Najjar

   17 August 2020
This study focuses on the separatist entity that the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) established east of the Euphrates river