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Arabism and its Repercussions: Forms of Solidarity among Syrians in Latin America
The vocal support of Syrian-Lebanese communities in Latin America for the Assad regime is the result of a long history of the diaspora’s mobilization around nationalist ideologies that promoted the image of a strong Syria with a leading role in the Middle East. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1415
Syrians in the USA: Solidarity Despite Political Rifts
Despite their political differences regarding the conflict in Syria, Syrian American organizations in the US would most effectively engage with the reconstruction of future Syria through projects that correlate their missions with US interests. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1414
Syrian Diaspora Groups in Europe: Mapping their Engagement in Denmark, France, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom
Mapping the mobilisation of Syrian diaspora in Europe provides a basis for further engagement with the most relevant groups for consultations on future solution scenarios for Syrian refugees. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1413
Armenians Abroad: Between Diaspora and the State
Divided and reconnected by historical rifts and disillusionment with the Armenian state, the Armenian diaspora is pushed by the economic difficulties in the homeland to reshape itself into a plural unit. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1394
Local Actors in the Syrian Coastal Area: Characteristics and Prospects
Who are the political, economic, cultural and religious actors in the Syrian coastal area? What is their potential to work toward building a national inclusive project for post-war Syria? Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1388
Islamists and Rights Activists in Egypt: The Potential for Convergence
In today’s tough human rights and political context in Egypt, will the relationship between rights activists and Islamists, propelled by the rise of a new generation of actors, move from animosity to cooperation? Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1384
Policing the Digital Sphere: The Impact of Palestine’s Cybercrime Legislation
The case of the cybercrime law and civil society’s reaction to it highlights a crisis of legitimacy in the PA and the need for an overdue political renewal. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1382
Europe Is the Key Player in Syria: An Alternative Template for Transition
The European Union today holds the key to reintegrating Syria into the international fold or denying the Assad regime a victory and maintaining its isolation. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1381
Tunisian Engaged Youth: New Approaches to Political Action
This Tunis Policy Dialogue explored the modes of action and new forms of engagement of Tunisian youth as alternative practices to political action, and the profound rupture between activist youth and the traditional political sphere. Read More
https://www.arab-reform.net/en/node/1377
Tunisia: Human Rights Organizations, Political Islam and its Groups
An analysis of the changes during the drafting of the 2014 Constitution offers a more nuanced view of the complex and ongoing interactions between Islamic movements and human rights in Tunisia. Read More

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