Archive for July, 2007

Syria’s Policy of Sitting on its Hands

News Round Up (27 July 2007)

“Dialogue is in Syria’s and America’s interests,” by Cordesman

“How to Manage Assad,” by Jon Alterman

Syria’s Iraq Policy

“Regime evolution can only serve Syria’s national interests,” by Cordesman

“To Check Syria, U.S. Explores Bond With Muslim Brothers,” by Jay Solomon

The truth about Syria?

Syria Cancels Iraq Rebel Sit-down in Damascus – Why?

Syria Looks for a Lebanon Deal

“Improving US and Syrian Relations: Some Possible Beginnings,” by Anthony Cordesman

“Re-Targeting Syria,” by Jim Lobe

“Getting Hezbollah to Behave,” by Nicholas Noe

No Deals with Syria over Lebanon – or Anywhere Else

Assad’s State of the Nation Speech to People’s Assembly

“SYRIA: Regime survival depends on Hariri outcome,” by Oxford Analytica

“In the Old City, a Bohemian Rhapsody,” by Oliver August

Saudi Jihadists in Iraq far Outnumber Others

Syria’s Private Universities

Syrian Clothes Designer Enthralls Turks

U.N. probe has identified people who may have been involved in Hariri assassination

“Syria’s Quest for a Political Deal” by Rime Allaf

Is Amal Saad-Ghorayeb disseminating Misinformation?

Will Syria and Israel talk, fight or wait?

News Round Up (July 5, 2007)

Taysir Raddawi of Planning Commission: Interview with Jihad Yaziji

Syrian Trade – Thanks to Syria Report

News Round Up (2 July 2007)

Gambill on US Policy in Lebanon and Fatah al-Islam