ACLED Assistant Syria Research Manager Stephanie Anderson, Researcher Nick Grinstead, and Syria Research Manager Muaz A. map last month’s developments across the Syrian conflict in the February 2019 edition of the State of Syria infographic.

Past editions and further analysis of the Syrian conflict can be found here. For an explanation of ACLED’s methodology for mapping territorial control in Syria, click here.

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The State of Syria
March 2019
Stephanie Anderson
Stephanie Anderson
Stephanie Anderson assists in the management of ACLED's Syria project and oversees the desk's analysis program. She holds an M.A. in Development Studies with a concentration on conflict, peace, and development issues and a geographic specialization in the Middle East and North Africa. Her current work focuses on civilian impact and agency in the Syrian conflict, with her prior research focusing on the role of civilian governance actors in rebel-held areas of Syria.
Nick Grinstead
Nick Grinstead
Nick Grinstead is a researcher focusing on the political economy of conflict-affected and fragile countries in the Levant. He applies his years of regional experience to his analytical rigor with an eye toward identifying under-looked trends in conflicts. Nick is also developing an understanding of conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa, where he is currently based.
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Muaz A
Muaz A
Muaz A. is a Syrian researcher with experience in providing security analysis to non-profit organizations implementing projects in Syria. With a civil engineering background, his research focuses on reconstruction efforts in the transitional phase in Syria.
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