Rania Abouzeid

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AFTER FLEEING SYRIA, YOUNG REFUGEES BECOME THE YOUNGEST LABORERS

National Geographic Magazine, June 20, 2019

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Syria’s Civil War

Season 19 Episode 4 | 26m 46s

The Arab Spring swept across portions of the Middle East as demonstrators protested autocratic rule. They were demanding democracy and greater economic opportunities. The uprisings spread from Tunisia to Egypt, Libya to Yemen and then to Syria in early 2011. The protests sparked the beginning of the Syrian Civil War. We talk about the conflict’s history.



WHEN THE WEAPONS FALL SILENT: RECONCILIATION IN SINJAR AFTER ISIS

European Council on Foreign Relations brief, October 2018

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A brief remembrance of Anthony Bourdain, in the Washington Post

June 8, 2018


In Kashmir, deep wounds, rising anger

National Geographic Magazine, June 5, 2018

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thousands of refugee children are stranded on europe’s doorstep

National Geographic Magazine, October 27, 2017

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What’s next for islamic State?

BBC Newshour Extra, July 14, 2017

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RAed fares and his push toward a revolutionary agenda in syria

Al Jazeera’s Listening Post, December 2, 21018


 

UNREPORTED WORLD, CHANNEL 4. Kidnapped in Kabul: The people of Kabul have become used to living with bombs and gunfights as the Taliban continue to try to overthrow the Afghan government. But now there's a new danger, criminal gangs who kidnap for ransom. Often their victims are children. - May 4, 2018


Talking Policy: Rania Abouzeid on the Syrian Crisis

World Policy Journal, July 28, 2017

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On BBC World Service Weekend, talking Syria, arms control in the US, media in China, data and democracy, and more with presenter Julian Worricker, and fellow guest Bruno Maçães, former Europe minister for Portugal, and author of "The Dawn of Eurasia." 


letter from iraq: out of sight

The New Yorker Magazine, October 5, 2015

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