Andrew McIndoe

Andrew McIndoe is a candidate for an M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard, where he is also a regional editor on Palestine/Israel for the Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy. McIndoe has received numerous awards, including the Frank Knox Memorial Fellowship at Harvard. He has a joint B.A. in history and a bachelor of laws from the University of Auckland and was an intern in the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
May 3, 2018 
After seven years of horrific fighting, it appears that the Syrian civil war is inching toward a conclusion. In the wake of recent alleged chemical attacks unleashed in Eastern Ghouta, Bashar al-Assad’s regime is squeezing remaining rebel forces, largely herding them — and thousands of civilians — into the northwest in Idlib Province, where …

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