FORTH IN THE MEDIA

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What is behind Israel’s warming ties to Sudan?

Inbal Ben Yehuda, 01.03.2020. Israeli-Sudanese relations have been fraught with public tensions and secret collaborations — with the fate of refugees in Israel hanging in the balance
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A profile of our Research Associate Elizabeth Tsurkov

1.12.2019. "It’s a little hard to grasp how a doctoral candidate at Princeton can acquire a Twitter following of nearly 50,000 and be regarded as such an authority by publications from The Forward to Foreign Policy. To get a measure of that, I asked a couple of Daily contributors for their sense of Tsurkov’s contribution to our understanding of the Syrian conflict...".


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Who Are Turkey’s Proxy Fighters in Syria?

Elizabeth Tsrukov 27.11. 2019. who exactly are the Syrian men fighting on Turkey’s behalf in Syria? I have maintained regular contact with some of these fighters since as early as 2014. Most are Sunni Arabs, displaced from their homes in the course of the war.

 


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Idlib Faces a Fearsome Future: Islamist Rule or Mass Murder

Despite this week’s meeting of Putin, Erdogan, and Rouhani, there is no good news in the last redoubt of the Syrian revolt.


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the new york times
Guns, Filth and ISIS: Syrian Camp Is ‘Disaster in the Making’ Image

Living in conditions that are difficult and being surrounded by people who are highly radical — is that conducive to deradicalization?” said Elizabeth Tsurkov, a fellow at the Forum for Regional Thinking who researches Syria and Iraq, and who has visited the camp twice recently
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אל-מוניטור
Young Iraqis re-encounter their Jewish compatriots

 
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ABC Radio
End days for the caliphate as Syrian Democratic forces pound Baghouz

 
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ABC Radio
Tough security and military talk sets tone of Israeli election campaign


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France is afraid of Arabic studies

The education minister supports language teaching, and the opponents warn against "Islamization of schools." Meanwhile, thousands of Muslims learn Arabic in mosques without supervision
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YNET
From Netanya to Baghdad: Arabs also choose cities

In Iraq, Algeria and even Saudi Arabia, women are elected to the local authorities, and in Tunisia, a fifth of the mayors are actually the first. revolution? The feminists are not sure
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