The draft of the new Tunisian constitution permits the application of Islamic law through the back door. It puts the separation of state and religion into question, once a major achievement of modern Tunisia.
Were the Kemalists really anti-Ottoman? Was the first democratically elected prime minister overthrown by the U.S.? Nicholas Danforth on popular misconceptions, Erdoğan’s No to NATO expansion, and the upcoming 2023 elections.
At the end of April, Annsar Shahhoud and Uğur Ümit Üngör published the video of a massacre of civilians in Damascus that was previously unknown to the public. Üngör talks to zenith about the research and what happened after the publication.
Technical solutions cannot be a substitute for what Syria needs. Why a new approach is necessary.
While Russian-Syrian relations seem to be closer than ever, the war in Ukraine can change the strategic balance in and around Syria for good.