Syrian Milestones: The View from Afrin and the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria

Where are we ten years after the start of the Syrian conflict — and three years after the Turkish invasion and occupation of Afrin, Syria? Seven million refugees and displaced persons, 500,000 deaths, food instability and a health care crisis, and 80 percent of the population living in poverty. A Turkish occupation and a Islamic extremist comeback.

What should the United States do about it? Join us for a timely discussion about the situation in Afrin, the autonomous region, and options for US policy.

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Options for U.S. Syria Policy in the Biden Administration

Sinam Sherkany Mohamad, Co-Chair of the US Mission of the Syrian Democratic Council, participated in a discussion on US-Syria policy in the Biden Administration, “Geopolitical Fulcrum or Endless War: Options for U.S. Syria Policy in the Biden Administration,” hosted by […]

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