May 23, 2019

Raqqa is in ruins like a modern Dresden. This is not ‘precision bombing’

Thousands of Syrians are dead and their city devastated. How dare the US, UK and French militaries speak of ‘surgical strikes’?

March 4, 2019

Censured by Britain, Hezbollah is bigger than ever in Beirut

Abu Hussein, and other Hezbollah members, seem more comfortable reverting to familiar territory – the ongoing war with Israel, which has intensified efforts in recent months to stop post-war Syria becoming a stronghold for Iran

February 8, 2019

Assad is a direct enemy to the US, Here is Why

Hezbollah commits to an all-out fight to save Assad, for the same reasons for which the US classifies Hezbollah as a terrorist organization. To keep committing terrorist attacks against the US

February 4, 2019

The Caesar Bill is a Step in the Right Direction

Caesar’s Law should not be portrayed as a victory for justice in Syria. It is a good step on the right path, but the Syrian people must hold on to this and develop it until the day comes when they can see justice and their oppressors are judged and condemned

January 31, 2019

From the Social Market Economy to the National Partnership: The conflict elite and public-private partnerships in a post-war Syria

Nobody in Syria is talking about all of the policy documents being produced in the West about Syrian reconstruction

December 24, 2018

A Post-War Syria?

Justice means not only punishing those responsible for past atrocities but also ensuring that these violations aren’t repeated

December 20, 2018

A New Constitution is Not the Solution for Syria

The primary problem with Syria’s current constitution, which was amended at the beginning of the conflict in 2012, is not its content, but rather its implementation

July 21, 2018

U.S. withdrawal from U.N. Human Rights Council is “America alone”

It is wrong to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council instead of supporting its reform

July 21, 2018

Assad’s Prisons Are Flooded With the Dead

The families of prisoners cling to hope, only to be given the news of their children’s death, like a sudden slap.