Archive for June, 2008

Books for Syrian Universities – Mr. Haytham Abed


New Books by Evelyn Shakir, Keith Watenpaugh, and Sabrina Marvin

News Round Up (28 June 2008)

“We Salute Syria” for its “Generosity” and “Cooperation,” said James Foley

The US and Siniora seek to push back against Hizbullah and the Opposition

The Syria Comment Hall of Fame

News Round Up (20 June 2008)

“Language Atlas of Syria” reviewed by Nikolaos van Dam

“The Struggle for Power in Syria” by Van Dam reviewed by Josh Landis

“Syria’s Assad Says More Groundwork Needed Before Olmert Meeting”

Interpol says Syria “very cooperative” on Terrorism: US Oil Majors Back in Iraq

Olmert: If there is Peace with Syria, the reality in the region will change

Syria Pegs Hopes on India and Econ. Liberalization

“Should America push political reform in the Middle East?” by Eva Bellin

Will Assad and Israeli President Shimon Peres Meet in Paris?

“Obama’s Mideast Experts Emphasize Talks,” by Jay Solomon

“What Syria stands for: The moral argument for US friendship with Syria,” by S. Farah

Can the US and France agree on a Post-Doha Lebanon Policy?

Turkey and Syria Discuss Nuclear Cooperation

Bashar Will Always Have Paris: Obama has AIPAC

News Round Up (10 June 2008)

Economic and Political Isolation of Syria Crumbling Fast

Moubayed on the Lebanese Cabinet: News Roundup (7 June 2008)

Assef Shawkat Hubbub Debunked

Syria Squashes Coup Attempt, Die Welt claims

“An Israel-Syria deal is strategically vital for both,” by Shlomo Ben-Ami

“It’s Time to Talk to Syria” by Kerry and Hagel

“Israel, Don’t Undermine Beirut,” by Joshua Landis with Help from David Schenker

“America’s Gulf Arab allies and Syria,” by Alex

Q & A with President Assad in Dubai

News (4 June 2008)

“Lebanese and Syrian Leaders as Seen by a Harvard Graduate Student,” by Kiernan

Nukes, Golan, Lebanon and the Shifting Balance (3 June 2008)

News Round Up (2 June 2008)

“An Economic Plan for Syria’s Future,” by Ehsani

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