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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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