Special Focus on Coalition Forces in the Middle East:
The Global Coalition Against Daesh in Iraq and Syria

Special Focus on Coalition Forces in the Middle East: <br/> The Global Coalition Against Daesh in Iraq and Syria

The Coalition in Iraq and Syria was set up in September 2014. As the Islamic State (IS) made rapid territorial gains in Syria and Iraq, the United States (US), joined by nine other countries, announced the formation of the Global

Special Focus on Coalition Forces in the Middle East: The Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen

Special Focus on Coalition Forces in the Middle East: The Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen

In March 2015, Saudi Arabia launched a military intervention in Yemen to restore the internationally-recognised government of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, ousted by the Houthis in February of the same year and forced to flee southwards to the port city

How Lebanon’s Disengagement from the Syrian Civil War Changed Violence in the Country

How Lebanon’s Disengagement from the Syrian Civil War Changed Violence in the Country

The 2017 Qalamoun offensive (see here for more on this topic) disengaged Lebanese territory from the Syrian Civil War resulting in greater stability in Lebanon. This can be seen in the overall reduction in the number of political violence events