Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

October 14, 2016

mosulIraqi Army fighters — with air and artillery support from the U.S. and France — have surrounded the city of Mosul, for what may be a months-long siege to take the city back from ISIS.

ISIS is digging tunnels and strategically rigging the city with bombs. Meanwhile, a dispute has erupted between Iraq and Turkey regarding the presence of Turkish troops in Northern Iraq.

The Arab Spring’s protests, civil wars and sectarian violence still ripple out in a powerful wave of negative social mood across the Middle East.

 Read an excerpt from the October 2015 article, “Syria: Epicenter of a Negative Mood Vortex.”


 

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