• Is the War in Ukraine Breaking Assad’s Back?

    Friday March 18th, 2022

    by AL-SOURIA NET (Opposition website)

    The war in Ukraine will weaken Russia and its support to Assad in Syria, according to Adnan Ali in al-Souria Net.

  • The World is Paying in Ukraine the Price of Giving up Syria

    Wednesday February 23rd, 2022

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab)

    The 2013 deal between Russia and the U.S. on Syria resembles the Munich agreement between Hitler and Chamberlain, according to Sam Hamad, in an op-ed to al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • Pedersen Engineers Plan to Abort Syrian Dream

    Thursday February 17th, 2022


    Pedersen’s approach to the resolution of the Syrian conflict impedes the rights and dreams of the Syrian people, according to Bassam al-Youssef, in an op-ed to Syria TV.

  • Why Protests in Suweida are Deeply Troubling for the Syrian Regime

    Monday February 14th, 2022

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab)

    Paul McLoughlin writes that unrest in Suweida reflects deep-seated problems in the Syrian province, in an analysis to al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • The Crisis in Syria is Not Over

    Thursday January 27th, 2022

    by ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based pan-Arab)

    In an op-ed to Asharq al-Awsat, Omer Onhon affirmed that the war in Syria is far from over, despite Assad pretending that he is the victor.

  • Assad Saves Us from a Terrible Choice

    Thursday January 20th, 2022

    by ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based pan-Arab)

    Robert Ford argues that justice for all makes the political solution an even more distant process, in an op-ed to Asharq al-Awsat.

  • Hemeimeem’s Place in Putin Military Doctrine

    Monday January 17th, 2022

    by ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based pan-Arab)

    Anton Mardasov dives into the military doctrine of Putin and how Syria is essential to it, in an op-ed to Asharq al-Awsat.

  • How Putin ‘Anti-humanitarian Intervention’ in Kazakhstan was First Honed in Syria

    Thursday January 13th, 2022

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab)

    The intervention of Putin in Kazakhstan and Syria holds many similarities, according to Sam Hamad in al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • America Is Not Leaving the Middle East

    Friday January 7th, 2022

    by ROBERT FORD FOR ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London-based pan-Arab)

    No major changes in the position of America in the Middle East are to be expected, according to Robert Ford for Asharq al-Awsat.

  • How Would Syria Change and ‘Moderate?’

    Thursday November 25th, 2021

    by HAZEM SAGHIEH - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT (London based pan-Arab)

    Cooperation with the regime in Syria will not necessarily lead to its moderation, Hazem Saghieh writes in an op-ed in Asharq al-Awsat.

  • Syria Brought Together Putin, Khamenei, Will ‘Normalization’ Pull them Apart?

    Monday November 22nd, 2021


    The presence of Iran in Syria is central to the policies of normalization adopted by Arab countries, according to Ibrahim Hamidi in Asharq al-Awsat.

  • Harsher Months Await Syrians

    Tuesday November 16th, 2021

    by AL-MODON (Lebanese website)

    Iyad al-Jaafari predicts that Syrians will witness yet another decline in their living standards after the increase in fuel prices, according to al-Modon.

  • UAE Top Diplomat Visits Syria: What Does Abu Dhabi Want?

    Friday November 12th, 2021

    by MOHAMAD SARMINI - NEDAA POST (Opposition website)

    As the U.S. neutralizes the role of the UAE in several files, including in Syria, Abu Dhabi’s move comes to expand its margin in the region, Mohamed Sarmini writes in Nedaa Post.

  • Has the Countdown Begun for Regime Return to East of Euphrates?

    Wednesday November 10th, 2021

    by FOUAD ALEIKO TO NEDAA POST (Opposition website)

    The regime will return to the areas under the control of the PYD, in a way similar to what happened in Daraa and under a decentralization formula, Fouad Alteiko writes in Nedaa Post.

  • Mohamed Sarmini: On the Sixth Round of the Constitutional Committee

    Friday October 22nd, 2021

    by NEDAA POST (Opposition website)

    The sixth round of Syrian Constitutional Committee talks will not lead to any major breakthrough, as the regime continues its policy of obstruction, according to Mohamad Sarmini in the Nedaa Post.

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