Archive for April, 2007

“The Middle East is abuzz with talk of ‘Shiitization,'” by Andrew Tabler

News Round Up (26 April 2007)

News Roundup (25 April 2007)

Anwar al-Bunni Sentenced to 5 years in Prison

US Imposes Sanctions on Syrian Navy and Air Force

“The Election Results” by Hamidi

Imad Moustapha on US-Syrian Relations

The Party is Over. Long Live the Party

Syrians at the Polls: To Vote – Yes or No

The National Salvation Front Opens Office in Washington

Syrian Opposition harmed by Iraq: MB Opens office in DC

Will the Hariri Tribunal get UN approval?

“Hizballah and Syria: Outgrowing the Proxy Relationship,” by Emile El-Hokayem

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

“Negotiations with Syria Not in Israel’s Interest,” by Giora Eiland

“U.S. Policy Toward Syria Debate:” Landis, Badran, Jouejati

“Why Don’t Arab Dictators Declare Themselves Kings?” by Ehsani

The Truth about Syria: Will the UN vote for a Tribunal?

The Smartest Observations on Pelosi and Syria – Malley and Lobe

“US backing ‘covert war’ against Hizbullah” CSM

“Restarting Israeli-Syrian Negotiations,” by ICG

“Lebanon’s Coming Crisis” by Firas Maksad

Young & Landis Debate Pelosi Visit on Public Radio

The Pelosi Visit

“What do we know about the Syrian Economy?” by Ehsani

Seymour Hersh: “We may never find out who ordered Hariri assassination”