An important change of forces is taking place in the province of Idlib, rebel bastion for islamist groups in northern Syria since 2012, where once again it is Turkey which gets to impose its interests.
Read more "The End of the Road for the Group that is not Al Qaeda in Syria"
In an exercise that proposes both truths and interpretations that do not seem to fit in the editorial of the mass media, we give a list of questions and answers that help to look with other lenses a scenario that seems clouded by too many actors with too many agendas.
Read more "Syrian War, The Other Answers."
The punishment attack on Syria, which Donald Trump hurriedly launched and probably for reasons of US domestic politics, puts the whole world at risk and again confronts the Western powers directly with Russia.
Read more "Syrian Civil War Series. Part V: Ingredients For A Storm"
Israel came out from the shadows making explicit their offensive, defensive and surveillance arsenal and openly presenting their pieces on the chessboard in a double game: attacking Hezbollah and sending a message to the Kremlin… and Russia could strike back next time.
Read more "Syrian Civil War Series. Part III: Time To Move On To Bigger Things"
This second report deepens on current events in Syria and Iraq, highlighting the alliances and enmities, both historical and circumstantial, that take place alongside the many faces of the Syrian conflict.
Read more "Syrian Civil War Series. Part II: Distrusting Allies And Allying Enemies"
We start a series of articles related to the Syrian Civil War and the improbable alliances happening and turning on every moment. This Part I: US Dance Of Demons works as the context for the next posts in this saga, where we’ll be discussing how the key players in the Near East move their pieces on the chessboard that comprises Syria and Iraq.
Read more "Syrian Civil War Series. Part I: US Dance Of Demons"