New Internationalist

Syria

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How Britain helped create this refugee crisis

John Hilary says foreign policy failings have led to the large-scale migration.

Filed in: Conflict Iraq Migration Syria United Kingdom

What do Syrians want?

The story of how Rafif Jouejati organized a survey in a warzone, and the answers she got.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Rushing towards death

Daniel Adamson interviews Raed Saleh of The White Helmets, who have pulled thousands of Syrians from war’s rubble.

Filed in: Children Human Rights Syria

A resilient revolution

Nonviolent activists are holding out in Syria, despite the destruction. Do not abandon them, says Daniel Adamson.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Bravery's edge

Thousands of unknown activists have risked their lives to defy extremism and violence. Daniel Adamson interviews some of them.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Syrian conflict: the facts

Syria’s civil war has inflicted a humanitarian crisis, expansive exodus of the population and a severe death toll. New Internationalist presents the facts in this zoomable infograph.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

‘I love you, and you love 20 million people’

Yara Badr, Mazen Darwish’s wife, says she always knew she’d have to share him with the rest of Syria.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Free Mazen Darwish

We must stand in solidarity with Syria’s human rights defenders, says Salman Rushdie.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Is anybody out there?

ISIS’ savagery must not blind us to the bravery of civil-society activists, says Hania Mourtada.

Filed in: Human Rights Syria

Why defeating Islamic State might mean re-reading The Lord of the Rings

Uncomfortable questions in the Muslim world have exposed an existential crisis, argues Akil N Awan.

Filed in: Islam Middle East Saudi Arabia Syria

The Rojava experiment

Tony McKenna wonders at the democratic struggles in West Kurdistan, all set against a backdrop of war.

Filed in: Iraq Kurdistan Minorities Politics Syria

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