Syrian citizens are fleeing from their war-torn homeland, and some of them have chosen Russia as their country of asylum. But life for them here is also a struggle.
National and international NGOs – and national and international community – have totally failed in finding the solution for former Yugoslavia. One of the reasons is that after the war the international community made the devil’s pact with well-known war criminals.
It is precisely indifference to a distant, foreign and incredibly complex conflict that is key here.
The Kurdish PYD is a totalitarian ideological party that doesn’t accept other views, but it managed to take the first step towards the emancipation of women.
On the sixth anniversary of the revolution, SyriaUntold asked four Syrian intellectuals and artists who have been part of the revolution since its beginning to share their insights about the current situation.
Culture is a vessel that holds the ferment of societies in terms of tradition, present and future, and that’s why I don’t see it as the first line of defense.