Monthly interactive map highlighting rebel gains and regime actions in Syria
Senior Middle East Analyst Alexander Corbeil has been tracking the Syrian conflict for the month of November. Under this new initiative he will be providing a monthly interactive map highlighting rebel gains and regime actions in Syria.
Kofi Annan’s six point plan has been sidelined as a total failure by many political observers and increasingly by those within the Obama administration. It may be argued that the Syrian rebels agree, given a recent bombing of army troops guarding United Nations observers. The in
It has become apparent that a radical jihadist element is now operating in the security vacuum created by the Syrian uprising---but is it to blame for last week’s bombing in Damascus, and is it working alone?
Given NATO’s linkages to Arab states through the Mediterranean Dialogue, the Alliance should actively support the transition to democracy in post-Arab Spring countries by utilizing its various resources in the realms of institutional creation, democracy promotion, and security sect
The Atlantic Council of Canada had the opportunity to sit down with Professor Alan Dowty from the University of Notre Dame. Professor Dowty is a foremost expert on Middle East International Relations and Israeli politics, and recently served his second time as a Visiting Fellow at the
By: Alexander Corbeil The Syrian crisis has entered into its eleventh and bloodiest month, with roughly 8,000 dead and no end in sight. The Free Syrian Army (FSA), though under heavy barrage in Homs, continues to provide stiff resistance against President Bashir al-Assad. Damascus’s