Chemical Weapons

US Strikes do not Deliver a Syria Policy
US Strikes do not Deliver a Syria Policy

President Trump has also given the message that he wants a U.S. pullout of Syria. Multiple priorities and conflicting...

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

To Hit or Not to Hit Assad Is That the
To Hit or Not to Hit Assad, Is That the Matter?

April 2018 strikes gave the message to Assad that the volume of strikes will increase if he uses chemical attacks once...

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Without a Coherent Strategy US Strikes Mean More Damage for
Without a Coherent Strategy, US Strikes Mean More Damage for Syria

If Trump chooses the “minimum strike” option by targeting more than one place including aircraft bases, ammunition stores...

Friday, April 13, 2018

Assad Knows Chemical Attacks Will Not End His Regime
Assad Knows Chemical Attacks Will Not End His Regime

The international community has reassured Assad that he may be punished for it but using chemical weapons will not spell...

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Assad regime uses chlorine gas in Eastern Ghouta
Assad regime uses chlorine gas in Eastern Ghouta

On March 12, the Assad regime cut Eastern Ghouta into three distinct parts, to capture southern Hammuriyah, where it also...

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Russia vetoes investigation on the use of chemical weapons
Russia vetoes investigation on the use of chemical weapons

On Thursday Russia used its veto power for the 10th time on Syria in the United Nations Security Council since the war in...

Friday, November 17, 2017

UN says Syrian regime warplanes dropped sarin on Idlib
UN says Syrian regime warplanes dropped sarin on Idlib

New report also claims US failed to protect civilians when attacking a mosque in Aleppo

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Will the Trump Administration s Syria Policy Change after the
Will the Trump Administration’s Syria Policy Change after the Chemical Attack?

Turkey should be neither too pessimist nor too optimist especially after Rex Tillerson’s statements on Syria, which were...

Sunday, May 7, 2017

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