Mohamed Al Bdullah is a researcher at the Omran Center for Strategic Studies. He earned a master’s degree in economics, University of Damascus. He served as an employee at Central Bank of Syria (2006-2012). His research interests are concentrated on development economics, economic reconstruction and early recovery in post conflict countries, and refugees economics.

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The 2021 Syrian Presidential Elections have unanimously been described as a farce. It comes as…
Monday July 05
In  Papers 
Executive Summary([1]) During the monitoring period, 812 projects and activities were implemented northern Syria’s opposition-held…
Wednesday March 24
In  Reports 
Executive Summary After taking control east of the Euphrates, the Autonomous Administration (AA) has endured…
Monday March 22
In  Papers 
I. Introduction Both Turkey and Russia agreed to a ceasefire in Idlib starting at midnight…
Tuesday April 21
In  Reports