Hamza Haşıl

Biography

  • Levant Research Assistant, Middle Eastern Studies Center (ORSAM) 

 

He graduated from Middle East Technical University (METU), Department of History (major) and Sociology (minor) in 2015. He studied Arabic at Kuwait University Philology Center between 2015-2016 by earning the Kuwait government scholarship. He complited his master's degree and  currently, he is pursuing PhD degree in Middle East Technical University. Haşıl, who has conducted researches on the state-building in the Middle East and the geopolitics of East Africa-Red Sea surrounding, has closely interested in Syrian civil war. He has been working as a research assistant at ORSAM Syrian Studies Coordination since June 2018. Along with advanced English, he speaks intermediate Arabic, simple Persian and French.

The Syrian Regime is on Trial: The Koblenz Court Process

It has been a decade since the protests in Syria began. During this period, more than half a million Syrians lost their lives, many more were...

The Future of Syrian Regime to the East of the Euphrates: From Rotation of Shift to Clashes

The Syrian regime never gave up on its goal of regaining control of the region east of the Euphrates, which is currently under the control of the...

Analysis of the Increasing YPG Attacks on the Safe Zones in Syria

The regions in northern Syria that were cleansed of terror by the operations Euphrates Shield, Olive Branch and Peace Spring led by the Turkish Armed...

Is the Withdrawal from Idlib Observation Points a Well-Planned Strategy or a Strategic Mistake?

Turkey, Russia and Iran, the three guarantor countries of the Astana talks, signed a memorandum for the building of no-conflict zones in Syria during...

The Jabal Zawiyah Knot for the HTS

Approximately one year after the beginning of the assault in May 2019, the regime forces have captured more than half of Idlib. In this process, the...

The Shaky Authority of the HTS and Its Future in Idlib

The internal dynamics of Idlib, where fighting between the Syrian regime and the armed opposition continues, have started to change in a significant...

The Conflicting Interests of the Countries that Support the Regime in Syria

Iran and Syria have directly intervened in the Syrian civil war aiming to keep the Syrian regime alive and to strengthen their regional position....