Sarah Birke is a Middle East correspondent currently writing for The Economist.
Articles by this Author
|Beyond the Fall of the Syrian Regime||
Syrians are approaching the one-year anniversary of what has become the most tragic, far-reaching and uncertain episode of the Arab uprisings. Since protesters first took to the streets in towns and villages across the country in March 2011,...
|The Syrian Heartbreak||
There was a distinctive sense of national pride in Syria. It flowed from the confidence of a civilization dating back to the times of the earliest alphabets and visible in the country’s wealth of archaeological sites, including some of the...
|The Lessons Algeria Can Teach Today's Middle East (April 22, 2015)|
|Crushing Repression of Eritrea's Citizens Is Driving Them Into Migrant Boats (April 20, 2015)|
|Footing the Bill While Israel Thumbs Its Nose (April 8, 2015)|