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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From the beginning of the Syrian uprising, several Arab countries were almost unanimous in isolating…
Wednesday April 20
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Introduction In opposition-held territories, the agricultural sector suffers from a variety of complex challenges. Among…
Friday February 18
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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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