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.
Thursday November 7th, 2019
by Maysoun Youssef - AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
President Bashar al-Assad has put forward a three step plan to ensure the complete liberation of Syria and the removal of foreign occupiers writes Al-Watan.
Monday November 4th, 2019
by Omar Qadour - AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)
In a recent interview, Assad has spoken about the role of Tehran and Moscow as well as the possible outcomes of the constitutional committee and the status of the Kurds writes Al-Modon.
Friday November 1st, 2019
by Dina Dakhlallah - AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
The initial criticism of Donald Trump’s withdrawal from Syria has turned to praise for the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi writes Al-Watan.
Wednesday October 23rd, 2019
by Samira al-Masalama, Editor-in-Chief - Brocar Press (opposition website)
Turkey’s actions in northern Syria have given him plenty of diplomatic leverage and it will allow him to implement his plans for demographic change writes Brocar Press.
Thursday October 17th, 2019
by Marwan Kabalan - AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
The decision by Donald Trump to withdraw US forces from Syria has left a vacuum in the country that will be filled and fought over by other countries writes Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.
Tuesday October 15th, 2019
by Ghassan Charbel – ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based, pan-Arab daily)
While both Russia and Turkey have intervened militarily in Syria, they have done so in different manners, which could lead to very different outcomes writes Asharq Al-Awsat.
Monday October 14th, 2019
by Amir Taheri – Asharq al-Awsat
US President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw troops has thrown northern Syria into chaos, but no one is set to win writes Asharq al-Awsat.
Monday October 7th, 2019
by Samira al-Massalmeh - BROCAR PRESS (Syrian opposition site)
Turkey is preparing to move on northern Syria, but the political ground in the area is extremely fragile and fraught with complication writes Brocar Press.
Friday October 4th, 2019
by Michel Shamas - BROCAR PRESS (Syrian opposition site)
The Syrian lawyer Khalil Maatouk dedicated his life to defending people who had been arrested by the Assad regime, but in the end, found himself inside one of the regime’s cells writes Brocar Press.
Thursday October 3rd, 2019
by Mohamed Nadir al-Omari - AL WATAN (pro-government newspaper)
A handshake between Ahmed Aboul Gheit and Walid al-Muallem has led to speculation that some Arab countries are ready to restore relations with Damascus writes Al-Watan.
Monday September 23rd, 2019
by Bassel al-Awdat — JIROUN
Russia is continuing to use its veto at the UN Security Council, preventing an end to the violence and suffering of the Syrian people writes Jiroun.
Monday September 9th, 2019
by Rania Mustafa - Al-Arab (Arab newspaper published in London)
Turkey and Russia are slowly working towards a solution for Idleb, while also trying to ensure that they both get what they want writes Al-Arab.
From The Web
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The New Arab, Wednesday December 11th, 2019
Turkey deserves the blame for what happened in Syria
Irish Times, Friday December 6th, 2019
Ways out of Europe’s Syria reconstruction conundrum
The New Arab, Wednesday November 27th, 2019
We must not abandon the women and children of Isis in camps in Syria
The Guardian, Wednesday November 27th, 2019
The Ceasefire in Syria Worked (More or Less)
The Atlantic, Wednesday October 23rd, 2019