• Saving Syria Should Start from Damascus

  • Erdogan and Syria’s Kurds: Who is the Cat and Who is the Mouse?

  • Riyadh-Tehran: Broken Bridges

  • Iraq’s Historic Choice: Fight Sectarianism and Terrorism, or Partition

Saving Syria Should Start from Damascus

Saving Syria Should Start from Damascus

The main problem with a recently published “proposed strategy” for Syria, recommending the establishment of safe zones, is that it seems to give Syrian opposition areas the name of “safe zone” without changing the actual status quo. The proposed strategy ...

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Erdogan and Syria’s Kurds: Who is the Cat and Who is the Mouse?

Erdogan and Syria’s Kurds: Who is the Cat and Who is the Mouse?

Whatever it is, the show is on, and we have still some time before we hear “That is all, folks”. According to eyewitnesses in Gaziantep, the small but key town on Turkish-Syria borders, Erdogan already sent 35 tanks to the ...

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Riyadh-Tehran: Broken Bridges

Riyadh-Tehran: Broken Bridges

Events on the ground in Iraq, Syria and Yemen are gradually pushing Saudi-Iranian relations towards further escalation. Iran’s Brigadier General Qolamreza Jalali, Commander of Iran’s Passive Defense Organization (one of the domestic security agencies) said June 27 that Saudi threats ...

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Iraq’s Historic Choice: Fight Sectarianism and Terrorism, or Partition

Iraq’s Historic Choice: Fight Sectarianism and Terrorism, or Partition

The voice of the Emir of Kuwait in his comments after bombing a Shia mosque June 26 should echo all over the Middle East. “We do not have Sunnis and Shias. We have only Kuwaitis”, the Emir said in a ...

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