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Syrian Civil War

Tag Archives | Syrian Civil War

  • Review of Reese Erlich’s ‘Inside Syria: The Backstory of Their Civil War and What the World Can Expect’

  • via Youtube

    Ramping up the Alert: The Terror Threat in Australia

  • Amanda Lucidon/White House

    America Pivots Back to the Middle East

  • via Facebook

    Iraq’s Instability offers Kurdistan an Opening for Independence

  • State Dept. Photo

    Saudi Arabia’s Regional Dual-Strategy

  • via Youtube

    What Did the Arab Spring Accomplish?

  • Getty Images

    Bahrain’s Jihadist Dilemma

  • Pete Souza; Wikimedia; RIA Novosti; Korea.net

    After 3 Years, Where is Syria Headed?

  • via Wikimedia

    Iraq: War and Remembrance

  • Chuck Kennedy/White House

    ISIS is the Mafia of the Middle East

  • Dismantling the Republican Party’s “Conservative Expert-Interventionist” Hypothesis

  • Jean-Marc Ferré

    The Arab League: To Dissolve or not to Dissolve

  • Martin Simon/EPA/Pool

    Iraq Crisis Presents Historic Opportunity for U.S. and Iran to Rewrite the Rulebook

  • Saudi Arabia’s Sectarian Challenge

  • From D-Day to Today: U.S. Foreign Policy is at a Turning Point

  • Facebook

    Paris Wants to Know: Where is U.S. Leadership in the World?

  • Associated Press

    Syrian Refugees in Turkey: Defusing the Powder-Keg

  • elhamalawy/flickr

    Reporting the Middle East: Please Go Back to the Streets

  • freedomhouse/flickr

    Regime Change Will Not Diminish the Al-Qaeda Threat

  • Ryan Lim/Malacañang Photo Bureau

    Is the TPPA an Extension of U.S. Foreign Policy?

  • How to Rein in Putin

  • Reuters

    News Quiz, Erdoğan Soma Edition

  • Bill Ingalls

    Obama’s Incredibly Shrinking Foreign Policy Vision

  • Syrian rebels evacuating Homs's old city by buss. Source: Twitter

    Navigating Syria: The Impossible, Indispensable Mission

  • Chuck Kennedy/White House

    Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right

  • Is the Clinton Coterie Pushing Obama Further into Lame Duck Territory?

  • Following heavy fighting in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, Palestinian refugees line up to receive food aid from UN workers. Photo: ONU Brasil

    Syria’s Civil War, Assad and the Palestinians


    Armenian Insecurity and the #SaveKessab Campaign

  • The Syrian civil war has left millions displaced and seeking refuge in neighbouring countries, often in camps in a dire condition. EPA

    Syrian UN Aid Resolution a Step Forward

  • Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan with Iran's President Hassan Rouhani. Source:  Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Analysis of Turkey and Iran’s Growing Alliance

  • Turkey’s Competing Impulses On Israel

  • Hollande, Obama and Monticello: When Empires Forgive

  • Outside Iran’s embassy in Beirut. The site of a car bomb explosion. Source: Mehr News Agency

    U.S. Aid to Lebanon, a Delicate Balance

  • Gulf Cooperation Council session. Source: ISSA

    Iran and the Gulf Cooperation Council: Prospects And Challenges

  • An elderly woman crosses a street in the Bab el-Adid district of Aleppo. Fabio Bucciarelli/AFP

    Hamas and Hezbollah at Loggerheads over Syria

  • Members of the Lebanese Armed Forces

    Saudi Arabia’s Rise in the Middle East Comes at a Cost

  • Protests last year between Morsi supporters and the government. Mosaab El-Shamy/AFP

    The Necessity of Rethinking U.S. Middle East Policy

  • Pictured: Benjamin Netanyahu, Shimon Peres, Hassan Rouhani and Ali Khamenei

    An Israeli-Iranian Dialogue: Why Not?

  • Turkey’s Crisis: More than Meets the Eye