Aron Lund

Nonresident Fellow
Middle East Program

Aron Lund was a nonresident fellow in the Middle East Program and the author of several reports and books on the Syrian opposition movement.

Aron Lund, previously a nonresident fellow in the Carnegie Middle East Program, has published extensively on Syrian opposition movements and military dynamics. In addition to being a regular contributor to various journals and newspapers, Lund has published two books and several reports on Syrian militias and opposition politics. He is also the author of “Struggling to Adapt: The Muslim Brotherhood in a New Syria.”

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  • Who Are the Foreign Fighters in Syria? An Interview With Aaron Y. Zelin
    • December 05, 2013

    Who Are the Foreign Fighters in Syria? An Interview With Aaron Y. Zelin

    The Syrian war has attracted thousands of foreign volunteers who now fight on almost every front.

  • What About the Druze?
    • December 02, 2013

    What About the Druze?

    During the current uprising, most of Syria’s Druze have kept to the Assad government’s side, like other religious minorities.

  • First Days of the Revolution: An Interview With Abdulkader Al Dhon
    • November 29, 2013

    First Days of the Revolution: An Interview With Abdulkader Al Dhon

    Abdulkader Al Dhon is a human rights activist from southern Syria. In the past two years, he has traveled all over Syria working with several international newspapers and human rights groups to shine a light on the violence in Syria and help researchers access rebel-held areas.

  • Why Aren’t You the Minister of Interior? An Interview With Ammar al-Qurabi
    • November 27, 2013

    Why Aren’t You the Minister of Interior? An Interview With Ammar al-Qurabi

    Qurabi, a pharmacist and union activist from Idleb, currently works as the president of the National Change Party, a small liberal organization that is active in Syria’s exile politics. Before 2011, he was best known as the head of the National Organization for Human Rights.

  • Reporting Syria: An Interview With Rania Abouzeid
    • November 26, 2013

    Reporting Syria: An Interview With Rania Abouzeid

    Between a regime eager to censor dissident opinions and a chaotic insurgency that is increasingly intertwined with militant Islamism and criminality, reporting on Syria is no easy job.

  • Raja al-Nasser Arrested
    • November 25, 2013

    Raja al-Nasser Arrested

    Raja al-Nasser is a leading member of the Democratic Arab Socialist Union, a leftist-nationalist opposition party that has long defended the Baath Party’s foreign policy, but also opposes the autocratic rule of Syria’s long-ruling Assad family.

  • Say Hello to the Islamic Front
    • November 22, 2013

    Say Hello to the Islamic Front

    In a statement broadcast on Al Jazeera, Islamist rebels have announced the creation of the Islamic Front, which gathers some of the largest factions in the Syrian civil war.

  • Who Are the Abdullah Azzam Battalions?
    • November 21, 2013

    Who Are the Abdullah Azzam Battalions?

    The double suicide attack on the Iranian embassy in Beirut killed at least 23 people and throws yet more fuel on the smoldering political fires of Lebanon. But what is known about the group behind it?

  • The Greater Damascus Operations Room – Part 2
    • November 19, 2013

    The Greater Damascus Operations Room – Part 2

    Regardless of who is part of the the Greater Damascus Operations Room, an equally important question is: who is not involved?

  • The Greater Damascus Operations Room – Part 1
    • November 18, 2013

    The Greater Damascus Operations Room – Part 1

    On November 6, 2013, a statement was released by Syrian rebels declaring the creation of “the Greater Damascus Operations Room.”

Education

MA, Uppsala University

Languages
  • Arabic
  • English
  • Swedish
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