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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  • The Baath Party and the War in Syria: An Interview With Sami Moubayed
    • November 17, 2013

    The Baath Party and the War in Syria: An Interview With Sami Moubayed

    The Arab Socialist Baath Party has ruled Syria since 1963 and continues to do so after the constitutional changes in spring 2012.

  • Assad’s Palestinians
    • November 16, 2013

    Assad’s Palestinians

    The Syrian war has been a disaster for the country’s Palestinian refugee population. The half-million Palestinians who have lived in the country since they were driven out by Israeli forces in 1948 were sharply divided over the 2011 revolution.

  • To Each His Own Government
    • November 14, 2013

    To Each His Own Government

    It is the season of new governments in Syria.

  • The Curious Case of the Commission for the Protection of Civilians
    • November 06, 2013

    The Curious Case of the Commission for the Protection of Civilians

    Swedish authorities have opened an investigation into the activities of Haitham Rahma, a Swedish citizen born in Homs.

  • Waiting for Walid
    • November 05, 2013

    Waiting for Walid

    Few other political leaders, even among the notoriously cynical Lebanese zu’ama, shift their opinions with as little apology and ceremony as Walid Jumblatt, head of the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) and steward of Lebanon’s Druze community.

  • The Qadri Jamil Affair
    • November 01, 2013

    The Qadri Jamil Affair

    While he is routinely billed as an “opposition leader” in Syrian, Iranian, and Russian media, Qadri Jamil has always hovered on the outskirts of regime politics.

  • Jordanian Jihadis and Syria: Interview with Joas Wagemakers
    • October 31, 2013

    Jordanian Jihadis and Syria: Interview with Joas Wagemakers

    The presence of Jordanians, and Palestinians from Jordan, as foreign fighters in the Syrian jihadi factions is another factor linking Jordan to the war in Syria.

  • Southern Discomfort: The Insurgency in Deraa
    • October 30, 2013

    Southern Discomfort: The Insurgency in Deraa

    Deraa, the cradle of the Syrian uprising, has become the main point of entry for direct U.S. support to the Syrian insurgency.

  • Rebels Call Geneva Talks “Treason”
    • October 28, 2013

    Rebels Call Geneva Talks “Treason”

    In a statement, a group of nineteen Syrian rebel factions jointly condemned the planned Geneva II conference as an “episode in the chain of conspiracies” against their revolution.

  • A Dispute in Douma
    • October 24, 2013

    A Dispute in Douma

    The city of Douma has long been a stronghold of the insurgency, and several armed factions are active in the area, many of them with an Islamist bent.

Education

MA, Uppsala University

Languages
  • Arabic
  • English
  • Swedish
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