In this paper, our researcher, Benjamin Feve, writes on the rise during the Syrian conflict of a new generation of businessmen.
The Syria Report is hiring a junior joualist for a full-time position. Good command of Arabic and knowledge of Syria and its economy are a must. The joualist will report to the managing editor. Job description The joualist plays a central role in The Syria Report’s production cycle. He/she will collaborate with other members of […]

In the past few weeks The Syria Report has been quoted by various inteational media in articles on the Syrian economy.


This short text is the contribution of our editor-in-chief, Jihad Yazigi, to the Arab Horizons report recently published by the Caegie Endowment for Inteational Peace.


On April 16, 2018, the Caegie Middle East Center launched a report on the requirements for a retu of Syrian refugees to their country titled Unheard Voices: What Syrian Refugees Need to Retu Home.


In the past week, The Syria Report has been quoted by various media:

New York Times: Russia's Greatest Problem in Syria: Its Ally, President Assad

The National: The mass retu of refugees is not part of the Syrian regime’s survival plan


The Syria Report is quoted here by Arab News, following a recent event in Chatham House on Syria, seven years after the onset of the uprising.