Syria’s war has slipped out of the headlines but as the world’s attention is elsewhere ISIS and Russia remain busy.
On first glance, a Biden presidency would appear to offer positive solutions to Middle East challenges but such a conclusion may be far from reality.
Nine years into a civil war, the people of Syria find themselves at the mercy of foreign powers and the relentless greed of the Assad family.
Summary: when set against today’s reality a snapshot of MENA in July 2000 proves a grim comparison. So are there any grounds for hope and optimism?
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Despite the growing threat of Covid-19, the wars in Yemen and Libya grind on further endangering millions of distressed civilians.
As the Idlib truce continues to hold, Vladimir Putin reinforces Russia’s dominant role in Syria.