Co-Founder, Executive Director of Omran for Strategic Studies, and Board Member of the Syrian Forum. He earned his Ph.D. in Islamic Studies Interdisciplinary Program, University of California, Los Angeles with subfield focus: political science, history and sociology. His dissertation research was entitled: Syrian Authoritarianism: Persistence or Change. In 2011-2012 he was the Research Manager at the Strategic Research and Communications Center in the United Kingdom. He served as the Chief of Staff to Secretary General of the National Coalition of Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces (2012 –2013). Research work focusses on geopolitical political studies, transitional period comparative studies, local governance, and economic development.

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Saturday December 31

Abstract: The fall of Aleppo is not the end of the opposition in Syria, but perhaps marks the beginning of a Russian

Monday August 29

Abstract: The Syrian uprising took the regional powers by surprise and was able to disrupt the regional balance of
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From the beginning of the Syrian uprising, several Arab countries were almost unanimous in isolating…
Wednesday April 20
In  Articles 
Introduction In opposition-held territories, the agricultural sector suffers from a variety of complex challenges. Among…
Friday February 18
In  Papers 
Executive Summary This paper provides an illustrative overview and assessment of the chain of command…
Tuesday November 09
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In a symbolic blow to the anti-government uprising born in Daraa in 2011, the Bashar…
Friday August 13
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