Diana Semaan is a researcher on Syria with Amnesty International. She previously worked at Human Rights Watch in Beirut. Semaan received a Bachelor’s degree in banking and finance from the Lebanese American University, before earning a Master’s degree in international political economy from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom. She previously interned at the Carnegie Middle East Center, focusing on the economy of the Levant region, before going in another direction when she joined Human Rights Watch. Diwan spoke with Semaan in mid-May to discuss human rights reporting in Syria and how she sees Syria’s future from a human rights perspective.