Regions / Syria
In our strategic dialogue on Syria, Islam Qasem argues that the United States and other countries should stop making excuses and intervene to save Syrian civilians.
In our strategic dialogue on Syria, Phyllis Bennis argues that military intervention would only make a civil war that much worse.
Islam Qasem and Phyllis Bennis square off on the question of military intervention in Syria.
Defectors are leaking from the Assad regime as if it were a sieve.
States acquire WMD both for national security and to ensure that the ruling regime survives.
His image isn't bolstered by the latest rash of defections, but President Assad cares little about Western perceptions.
Negotiating with the various factions in Syria would infuse Turkey with national pride and international prestige.
The United States, NATO, and Israel have long sought the destabilization of Syria.
It's hard to imagine a more frustrating situation than the Syrian conflict.
Like Soviet Russia, Syria also has chemical weapons and suspected biological weapons programs.