Syria's Cold War: Iran readies to strike IsraelThu, Apr. 19, 2018
Israel has been in a fight with Iran since the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and the rise of Islamic Republic under the Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini
ANALYSIS: 'Mission Accomplished' in Syria and concealed U.S. motivesSun, Apr. 15, 2018
What does “mission accomplished” even mean? The words are ambiguous in every aspect: what was the “mission”, and what does it mean for it to be “accomplished”?
ANALYSIS: Why U.S. won’t leave Syria, impact of Douma chemical attackTue, Apr. 10, 2018
Following the recent chemical weapons attack in Douma, the debate about a U.S. withdrawal has become further interlinked with the humanitarian question.
Death in Douma: Timeline of chemical attacks in SyriaSun, Apr. 8, 2018
Footage of the attack shared on social media shows piles of lifeless bodies in rooms, corridors and stairwells, with foam visible from their noses and mouths.
OPINION: The West vs. Russia - Putin talks, but can he walk?Tue, Apr. 3, 2018
Unleashing a nerve agent on to the streets of rural England is far from a divisive issue, and it dangerously oversteps the mark.
Turkey sits on a tightrope in Syria, threatens ISIS revivalSun, Mar. 25, 2018
Operation Olive Branch had the opportunity to seriously strain the delicate balance of power in Syria, and the capture of Afrin city affirms Turkey’s ambitions in the long term
Turkish occupation of Afrin: The game and gamble for SyriaMon, Mar. 19, 2018
Fifty-eight days after Ankara instigated Operation Olive Branch, the Turkish army and its allied mercenaries have raised the Turkish flag in Afrin city centre
Turkey is isolating the Kurds in Afrin, but who will ultimately be alone?Thu, Mar. 15, 2018
Fifty-five days since the launch of Operation Olive Branch, the Turkish-led military assault has made significant gains against Kurdish positions in Afrin.