Bashar al-Assad

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The Kurdish Quandary

  • U.S. Troop Withdrawals Threaten to Fuel Greater, Potentially Problematic Gulf Assertiveness

    12.29.18
  • Interview with Mustafa Bali, Spokesperson for the Syrian Democratic Forces

    11.25.18
  • Syria and the Arab World’s New Beginning

    11.04.18
  • The Syrian Chess Board

    10.11.18
  • Assad’s Offense in Idlib and Russia’s Combination of Diplomatic and Military Outreach

    09.05.18
  • Regional Merry-Go-Round – While Key Issues Continue to Dog Lebanon’s Government in Formation, End to Syria’s Civil War in Sight

    08.20.18
  • Why Iran May Lose ‘Strategic Depth’ in Syria

  • Mimicking Rivals

  • The Need for a New Diplomatic Approach in Syria

  • Calling Assad the Milosevic of the Middle East is Not Unreasonable

  • Is War Between Israel and Iran Inevitable?

  • New Alliance Could Re-shape Middle East

    04.20.18
  • Blind Assault: Trump Strikes Syria

  • Israel In Uncharted Syrian Waters

  • It Is Time to Pull Back in Syria

    03.09.18
  • Secularism Alone Will Not Cure Arab Countries’ Ills

  • Is Turkey Safe?

  • De-escalation Zones to End the War in Syria