ussia's RIA news agency reported on Monday that the Syrian National Dialogue Congress in Russia’s coastal city of Sochi has been postponed until February.
fter six years, the death of 330,000 and the displacement of millions, the Syrian war is finally showing signs of completion of full circle.
efore a trilateral meeting, Putin acknowledged his Turkish and Iranian counterparts’ support in preventing the Syria's disintegration.
” Syria was a different issue in many aspects.
ollowing Turkey’s Operation Euphrates Shield, which saw the Free Syrian Army (FSA), backed by Turkish forces, clear Daesh from the territory in north Syria between August 2016 and March 2017, the Idlib operation has been the second phase of Turkish direct involvement in Syria.
he ongoing Syrian war is a slice of history which we, out of amnesia, tend to isolate.
hemical weapons have been used 45 times in Syria since last year, according to the Director General of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which monitors the elimination of the toxic arms in order to ensure international security.
Iranian troops have been deployed in rebel-held territory in Aleppo since 2015; Assad was ensured to win back Aleppo along with Syrian soldiers and Hezbollah militants.
hat began due to the killings of a group of Syrian teenagers, who drew revolutionary slogans on the wall of a school, has inarticulately turned into a catastrophic bellum, which is not likely to end soon.
t has been six years since the uprising in Syria has begun.
hen the Syrian civil war erupted, no one could easily predict the battlefield would evolve to a multi-dimensional and multi-territorial conflict where thousands of foreign proxies and fighters from different countries have been dragged into expeditiously.
Syrian refugees have become the number one challenge for neighboring countries and the EU because of the difficulties in coping with the increasing numbers of asylum seekers.
Unfortunately, the crisis in Syria has stimulated the identity-related fault lines in Turkey, increasing the risk of social contention, whereby the escalating civil war in Syria has posed the threat of identity-oriented polarization in Turkey.
With the start of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011, we have seen the worst of humanity; but, we have also witnessed some of humanity’s best.