Wednesday July 10th, 2019
by Sharif Al –Khatib, Editor-in-Chief - The Syria Times (Pro-government newspaper)
Despite the repeated efforts by the US, with help from Israel, to undermine Syria and the rest of the region, their schemes and practises have failed writes The Syria Times.
Monday July 8th, 2019
by Bassam Barabandi - The Syrian Observer
As tensions between Iran and the United States increases, Syria is stuck in the middle get pulled apart from both sides writes The Syrian Observer.
Thursday July 4th, 2019
by Bassam Barabandi and Wael Sawah* - The Syrian Observer
Following the appointment of a new special envoy for Sudan, the US must ensure that it does not make the same mistakes it made in Syria writes The Syrian Observer.
Thursday July 4th, 2019
by Marwan Qablan - Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
Since its intervention, Moscow’s priorities have shifted and it is now looking to form relationships with the US and Israel writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Friday June 28th, 2019
by Dina Dakhlallah - Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
US President Donald Trump has increased pressure on Iran, and also his allies, saying that they should contribute to the protection provided to their ships writes Al-Watan.
Thursday June 27th, 2019
by Ruaa al-Jazaeri - SANA (official news agency)
The city of Quneitra was liberated from Israeli control on Jun. 26, 1974, and today this victory is an example of how Syria will reclaim the Syrian Golan writes SANA.
Friday June 21st, 2019
by Kareem Chehayeb – Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
Outrightly racist, anti-refugee sentiment from Lebanese politicians is sign of increasing national populism in the country, writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Tuesday June 18th, 2019
by Sharif Al –Khatib - Editor-in-Chief – The Syria Times (Pro-government newspaper)
The Trump administrations policies in Syria and across the region will not succeed, and are simply a cover to sell more arms writes The Syria Times
Tuesday May 28th, 2019
by Malek Abu Khair —Ana Insan (Independent Website)
Syrians living in opposition held areas have taken to celebrating Israeli strikes against regime targets, just as regime supporters celebrate strikes on civilian areas in Idleb writes Ana Insan.
Friday May 24th, 2019
by Shadi al-Ahmed - Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)
While the regime pushes forward with its assault on Idleb and the Hama countryside, appetite among young men to go and fight is waning writes Al-Modon.
Thursday May 23rd, 2019
by Maysoun Youssef — Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
Terrorists in Idleb have falsely accused the Syrian regime of using chemical weapons, despite Syria disposing of its chemical weapons in 2013 writes Al-Watan.
Thursday May 16th, 2019
by Mohamed Nader al-Omri — Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
The 12th round of Astana talks failed to create the required agreements, which Syria and Russia blame of Turkey’s unwillingness to uphold its commitments writes Al-Watan.
Tuesday May 14th, 2019
by Abdul Razzaq al-Hawassali - Al-Araby al-Jadeed
The fuel crisis currently gripping Syria is not the first in the era of the Assad regime and has led to the weakening of the middle class and the desperation of the poor reports Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Thursday May 9th, 2019
by Hussein Abdel Aziz - Alsouria Net (opposition website)
As the land and air assault on the province of Idleb continues, discussions in the background are still trying to secure political advantages writes Alsouria Net.
Tuesday May 7th, 2019
by Rifaat Ibrahim al-Badawi - Al-Watan
As the US tighten sanction on Iran’s oil trade, talk about a possible confrontation rises and Iran looks to circumnavigate the sanctions writes Al-Watan.
From The Web
What’s the Future of Syrian Refugees in Turkey?
The New York Times, Friday July 19th, 2019
There is reason to fear Turkish involvement in northern Syria
The National, Monday July 15th, 2019
Syria: A country born of tolerance
The Guardian, Friday June 21st, 2019
Who is bombing hospitals in Syria?
Al Jazeera, Monday June 17th, 2019
Syria is braced for new spasms of violence
The Financial Times, Wednesday May 22nd, 2019