Thursday February 13th, 2020
by Mazen Jabbour - AL WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
The Syrian government must rid itself of the Turkish presence, before it moves on to secure the rest of Idleb writes Al-Watan.
Wednesday February 5th, 2020
by Omar Kaddour AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)
The arrest of the former spokesman for Jaish al-Islam has split opinion, with some questioning the methods and intentions of the French judiciary writes Al-Modon.
Friday January 31st, 2020
by Essam Dari - AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
US President Donald Trump continues with his harsh sanctions and has openly said that American forces in Syria are there to take Syrian oil writes Al-Watan.
Friday January 24th, 2020
by Ramzy Ezzeldin Ramzy -ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based, pan-Arab daily)
Russia has been instrumental in Syria and the actions have shown them to be a powerful force, but Asharq Al-Awsat asks if that will continue.
Thursday January 23rd, 2020
by Silva Razouk - AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
Recent diplomatic activities in New York between Syria and Saudi Arabia have led people to expect a resumption of relations writes Al-Watan.
Wednesday January 15th, 2020
by Sataa Nour Eddin — AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)
Putin’s recent trip to Damascus has highlighted the strain in the relationship between the two presidents and the differing views of the two men writes Al-Modon.
Friday January 10th, 2020
by Wael Sawah for Al-araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
The killing of Qassem Soleimani in a US drone strike has deepened the sharp divisions across the world writes Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
Wednesday January 8th, 2020
by Bassam Barabandi – THE SYRIAN OBSERVER
With the death of Soleimani, his successor is going to have to decide what type of relationship he wants with the regime and the other parties in Syria.
Tuesday January 7th, 2020
by THE SYRIAN OBSERVER
Following the death of Qassem Soleimani, both sides have been quick to comment on how this will affect Syria and their cause.
Monday January 6th, 2020
by AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
Following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, Iran has promised a response that will shake the US presence in the Middle East reports Al-Watan.
Friday January 3rd, 2020
by Mazen Jibour - AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
Recent events in Iraq have revealed the weakness of the American position in the Middle East and their desperate attempts to strengthen their hand writes Al-Watan.
Monday December 23rd, 2019
by Wael Sawah - SYRIA TV (opposition)
The Caesar Syria Civilian Protection Act will block companies and individuals from taking part in the reconstruction and profiting from the deaths of innocent Syrians.
Wednesday December 11th, 2019
by Waddah Abd Rabbo - AL-WATAN
Waddah Abd Rabbo has argued that Western journalist who try to embarrass the Syrian president are failing their profession writes Al-Watan.
Wednesday December 4th, 2019
by Dr. Can Kasapoğlu -ANADOLU NEWS AGENCY (Turkish news agency)
Turkey is attending a NATO meeting in the UK this week and the issue of northern Syria is expected to be high on the agenda writes Anadolu Agency.
Wednesday November 20th, 2019
by Firas al-Khalidi - AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)
The constitutional committee is not the victory that the Syrian opposition was looking for, but it may be the only option now writes Al-Modon.
From The Web
Al Assad’s Syria is beholden to outsiders
The National, Tuesday February 4th, 2020
Soleimani’s killing strengthens Putin’s hand in Syria and Iraq
Al Jazeera, Thursday January 16th, 2020
Will Iran and the US clash in Lebanon and Syria?
Al Jazeera, Monday January 13th, 2020
I lost my unborn child to a hospital airstrike in Syria
The New Arab, Wednesday December 11th, 2019
Turkey deserves the blame for what happened in Syria
Irish Times, Friday December 6th, 2019