Tagged: Syria

Syria, located in the volatile Middle East, has been marred by a devastating civil war since 2011, with significant impacts on its political, social, and economic fabric. With a pre-war population of approximately 22 million, the capital, Damascus, serves as the political and cultural center. The political landscape has been dominated by the Ba’ath Party, led by President Bashar al-Assad, whose family has held power since the 1970s. The country has faced internal and external challenges, including opposition movements seeking political reforms and the rise of extremist groups such as ISIS. The conflict has led to a humanitarian crisis, with millions displaced and widespread destruction of infrastructure. The economy, once diverse, has suffered severe setbacks. Syria’s cultural heritage, including ancient sites like Palmyra, has also been greatly affected. The situation remains complex, with various regional and international actors involved, and efforts toward political resolution face significant hurdles. As Syria seeks to rebuild, issues of governance, reconstruction, and national reconciliation present formidable challenges, and international assistance and cooperation are crucial for the country’s recovery and stability. HOMEAGERLY: Features democracy and rights of Syria.

Syria Population 2014

Syria 2014

Yearbook 2014 Syria. The war in Syria went on in its fourth year without any signs of relief. In what was described as the world’s worst refugee disaster, 10 million people, almost half the...