On the margins of a Carnegie conference, Rouba Mhaissen and Galip Dalay discuss a solution to the Syrian conflict.
The Zaatari Camp is taking on characteristics of permanence, raising doubts about a refugee return.
In Syria, the community has been undergoing considerable political and institutional change.
The White House has recently hosted two very different views about how to deal with Islamism.
The common thread in U.S. strategy toward Iran, Syria, and North Korea isn’t changing these regimes so much as it is trying to change their behavior. More than likely, they will all remain hostile to U.S. interests.
Despite a number of challenges, many Syrian refugees find Turkey offers much more than Europe does.
In an interview, Kheder Khaddour discusses his recent Carnegie paper on tribal realities in eastern Syria.
Khan Sheikhoun may have been attacked because it was at the heart of a conflict in northern Hama governorate.
The risk of a confrontation has increased since Friday, but, paradoxically, greater American involvement in Syria may also bring about closer US-Russian co-operation there, leading eventually to a political settlement and an end to the bloody six-year civil war.
Maha Yahya interviews Sultan Barakat about the uncertain future of Syria.