Archive for July, 2008

Syria is Ready for Peace.

Andrew Tabler: “The U.S. Can Help Tackle Syrian Corruption”

Walid Jumblatt Sets a New Course

Odds and Ends

News Round Up (27 July 2008)

Samir al-Taki’s talk at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC

“U.S. to meet three Syrians, but no warming in ties”

Daoudi Cancels Trip to Washington: Syria-US Relations Remain… Well.. Not Good

“Regional Players Bypass Washington In Brokering Deals,” by Jay Solomon

News Round Up (20 July 2008)

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

“Some Remarks on Syria,” by Observer

Mead takes on Walt & Mearsheimer on Why the US is pro-Israel

The Prisoner Swap Controversy

“Interview with King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia” by Alix Van Buren

“The Christians are Leaving” by Salim Abraham

Lebanon’s Christians Are Back — ICG: by Peter Harling

News Round Up (15 June 2008)

America’s Role in Israel-Syria Talks

Iran Warns Syria Against Peace with Israel

Assad in Paris

Paris 2008, Paris 1998

A Good News Cycle for Syria

Assad Insists on Syria’s Central Role in the Region: France Agrees: US Divided

Lebanon Gets a Government

As Paris Boosts Assad, US Adds Sanctions (10 July 2008)

Assad: “Bush Cannot Make Peace;” Economist on Syria’s Economic Outlook

Syria marks ‘year of St Paul’

Prison Riot, Golan, Syria Heads East

Bashar al-Assad Walking the Tight-Rope

Prisoner Swap; Golan; Negotiations

Syrian-Israeli Talks, More Iran

Palestinians, Refugees, Turks, Aleppines, Arar, Bloggers

Donating Books to Syria: Advice from Mr. Abed

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