Archive for the 'Elections' Category

Joshua Landis & Robert Ford discuss Syria at Wilson Center event

Syrians in Lebanon Vote in Presidential Elections

“Do Syrians Want To Fight Until Victory or Do they Want a Ceasefire?” by James McMichael

“Al-Qaeda’s Governance Strategy in Raqqa,” by Chris Looney

Election Results of the May 7, 2012 Syrian Elections

Analyzing the largest Syria crisis Facebook polls, by Camille Otrakji

Syrian Regime Says it is Witnessing the end of the Story; Opposition Calls Meeting in Cairo

News Round Up (March 19, 2010)

Assad to Austria, 5 New Ministers, Oil, and Lebanon Elections

Building Towards Peace

“Lancing the Boil: Hizbullah’s Future in Lebanon”/ by Qifa Nabki

News Round Up (7 April 2008)

Arab League Mediation in Lebanon Fails

Lebanese Skeptical Deal for New Gov. Will Fly

The Regional Lebanon Deal: What Does it Mean?

Hamidi on Franco-Syrian Relations and Lebanon

Annapolis Round Up: Was Syria a Winner at Annapolis?

“Syria: Options and Implications for Lebanon and the Region,” by Emile El-Hokayem

Muslim Brotherhood: “Christian or Woman can be President of Syria”

“Authoritarian Upgrading in the Arab World,” by Steven Heydemann

Fatah al-Islam Finished as Political Battle Heats UP

News Round Up (2 July 2007)

The Presidential Plebiscite and Pageantry: What does it Mean?

Arriving in Damascus 2007 – First Impressions

Initial syriapol Results Released

News Round Up (28 May 2007)

“A Review Of Mr. Assad’s First Term in office” by Ehsani

News Roundup (25 April 2007)

“The Election Results” by Hamidi

The Party is Over. Long Live the Party

Syrians at the Polls: To Vote – Yes or No

Syrian Opposition harmed by Iraq: MB Opens office in DC

“My Experience in the People’s Assembly,” by Riyadh Sayf

Pelosi’s Trip to Damascus

Feb 14 Raises the Rhetoric

Amendment to Syrian Election Law