The US bombed the Syrian government for the first time on Thursday.
While the world has been fixated with ISIS, al-Qaeda has been rebuilding its strength in Syria
Syria’s Kurds are finding themselves imperilled by shifts in the Syrian civil war
After repeated ceasefires failures, we assess the most likely outcomes for the Syrian conflict.
al-Nusra’s recent attempt to detach itself from its controversial patron is suspicious
A recent bombing of a bank in Beirut is a symptom of underlying tensions within Lebanese society.
The geopolitical rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran will drive regional developments in 2016.
Concerned about developments on its southern border, Turkey will adopt a more assertive stance towards the Syrian and possibly engage in a limited intervention.
Turkey’s desire for a no fly zone over northern Syria has been frustrated by Russian intervention.
As Western leaders soften their stance over Bashar al Assad’s future, the groundwork for a political solution may be in the offing.