Global Migration & Politics
Analysis and commentary on the politics of the Middle East, of the power games that defines the region, and the economic, religious and ethnic problems the region is often facing.
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Days in Damascus – POV

When I recently wrote a Syria premier blog post , Asma al-Assad, it produced a lot of memories from my experiences in Damascus for years back. From a long time before the war. Less that deserve to see the light of the day again, which…

Busy times for Turkey – POV

Recently, Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reportedly bombastically stated that Turkey and the United States, in cooperation, are ready to drive IS at the port of Raqqa, the de facto capital of the movement in the self-proclaimed…

Turkey and a handful of Syria

When Turkish troops attacked the Syrian border town Jarablus with both fighter missiles, rocket attacks and tanks, more media went on self-esteem. One considered the Turkish invasion as an additional intensification of an already explosive…
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