Archive for the 'Civil Soc' Category

Reconciliations: The Case of al-Sanamayn in North Deraa

A Day in The Life of The Jungle: Syrians Camped out in Calais

The Syrian Southern Front: Why it Offers Better Justice and Hope than Northern Front” by Marika Sosnowski

Detailed Syria Maps; Activists Honor Revolution Dead in Washington

An interview with Bassam Alkadi, President of the Syrian Women Observatory

Syrian Opposition Conference: Semiramis Hotel: 200 members – First Impressions

Syrian Government Promises: Free Press, End of Emergency Rule, Opposition Parties, Justice

Damned if We Do and Damned if We Don’t

The Niqab and Syria’s Private Girls Schools

“Kilo Set Free,” by Khaled Oweis

Private Universities; Haykal Wins; Syriacs Hang On

“Syria could be softening stance on dissidents,” Phil Sands

How Syria’s Assad Is Steering His Country out of Isolation

Aref Dalileh released

Arrests of Damascus Declaration for Democratic Change Conference Participants

“The Real Reason Syria Blocked Facebook,” by Idaf

Facebook Blocked in Syria: Virtual Civil Society Banned

“The Syrian Opposition: Part 2,” by Landis & Pace in Arabic

Censorship of Websites Announced by Syrian Ministry of Tel.

Kamal Labwani Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison

“Battling the Lion of Damascus: Syria’s Opposition” by Seth Wikas

“Farid Ghadry, Syria’s Chalabi: From Washington to Damascus,” by Salim Abraham

A Response to Michael Young

“Syria in Bush’s Crosshairs: MEPI Money” by Adam Zagorin

“The Story of My Arrest and Accusation” – by Michel Kilo

“President Bashar al-Asad Interviewed,” by Alix Van Buren

US Senators Defy Bush and Head for Damascus: Bush Says Asad Rules by Force

Syrian Corruption Hits Prime Time

Can Bush Bring Down Syrian Regime?

Michel Kilo Will Not Be Freed

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