In the midst of Syria’s wartime devastation, the regime saw a path to its own revival.
Syria’s Turkmen minority finds itself in the vanguard of Ankara’s plans for the country.
Why the conflict against the Islamic State will profoundly reshape the ties and networks in Deir Ezzor.
Though it is fighting in Syria, the Turkestan Islamic Party remains firmly focused on Xinjiang.
Efforts to circumvent Geneva and Astana undermine a durable solution in Syria and work against the welfare of refugees.
In an interview, Yassin al-Haj Saleh describes how Syrians have been denied any meaning for their suffering.
Syrian refugees in Lebanon are increasingly being manipulated to satisfy geopolitical agendas.
Developments in eastern Syria indicate we are entering a new phase in the country’s conflict.
The Zaatari Camp is taking on characteristics of permanence, raising doubts about a refugee return.
Khan Sheikhoun may have been attacked because it was at the heart of a conflict in northern Hama governorate.
U.S. airstrikes against the Assad regime present both dangers and possibilities in Syria.
In an interview, Charles Lister talks about jihadists and why Bashar al-Assad has to go.
Why Local Agreements Are Not the Solution for Ensuring Syrian Refugee Repatriation.
The Syrian regime devolves some power over reconstruction, mainly to retain it.
The Islamic State’s governing system in Syria looks a great deal like that of the Assad regime.
Infighting and regime gains suggest the rebels are heading for defeat around Damascus.
As Syrian rebels become more extreme, the only winner will be Bashar al-Assad.
Moscow is reshaping the Syria conflict to ultimately impose a solution to its liking.
In an interview, Abul-Abbas al-Shami looks back on his role in the Syrian uprising.
A split in Ahrar al-Sham could prove very costly to the Syrian opposition.