Syrian Kurds seem to be the major beneficiaries of the state of affairs in Syria, but further moves towards their nationalistic ambition of establishing an independent state are becoming increasingly harder.
In this article, Yassin Al-Haj Saleh tackles crucial questions which must be raised and answered to guarantee majoritarianism, justice, and accountability in any attempt for a conflict resolution in Syria.
Syria has always been a centralized state. But for it to survive after its brutal war is over, it has to become a federation.
The only way to overcome the injustice that abounds in the Middle East is to overcome all the victimhood narratives that beset the region.