Bashar al-Assad's days as the dictator of Syria are running out. The U.S. and E.U. are expecting yet another regime change in the Middle East. This article utilizes the available data to offer analyses about the major groups opposed to the Baathist ... Small Wars Journal, 3 days ago
Farouk Mardam-Bey is a Syrian historian who has been living in exile in France since 1965 and co-author and editor of several books, including Itineraries from Paris to Jerusalem: France and the Arab-Israeli Conflict , Being Arab and Our France .Socialist Worker US, 2 weeks ago Syria Opinion: To the Leftists Who Admire the Assad Regime EA WorldView, 3 weeks ago
The people ofAleppo, like the majority of Syrians, rose against tyranny after they saw fellow Arabs in Tunisia and Egypt topple their own tormentors. Their revolution began peacefully and most Syrians wished for it to remain so. However, the local ...Middle East Monitor, 1 month ago Syria war: Aleppo dies for a cause Ya Libnan, 1 month ago
Heiko Wimmen Heiko Wimmen is a research associate at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs. Initially, the uprising in Syria was not fueled by sectarianism, but rather by unifying political and social grievances, largely ...Carnegie Endowment, 1 month ago
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