Strategic Articles

The National Interest: Assad Has Won and America Must Go

“There is no justification for a clash between US and Russian forces on Syrian soil. all facts point  that Syria, led by President Bashar al-Assad, has won with its allies; Russia and Iran over America who has to withdraw from Syria,” said US researcher Gill Barndollar-Director of Middle East Studies at the Center for the National Interest- adding that America, ...

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A Tsunami hits “the Zionist entity”!!

The Zionist enemy was hysterically shocked and disappointment of the “Russian bear” after the Russian declaration of providing the Syrian Arab Army with the missile system(S-300). Analyst of political affairs in the Israeli Channel 10, “Barak Rapid”,  pointed out that the statement of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu about supplying Syria with sophisticated missile batteries against the S-300 aircraft is ...

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The consequences of Israel dropping the Russian plane

There is no doubt that the repercussions of the Syrian crisis have passed the complex files of the Middle East, into international files. The Russian political and military presence in the Syrian field as a global power, made Moscow stand in the face of the unipolar America that is no longer alone up there.Tel Aviv is directly involved in the ...

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Syria is a Valuable Source of Information for the World’s Most PowerfulArmies

The Syrian war enabled the American and Russian armies to obtain a lot of information and data about the features of the practical use of the state-of-the-art military equipment, in addition to identifying the methods and means of leading the troops. American officers assert that the information exchange was binary;the Pentagon was unable to conceal USexpertise and equipment from Russian ...

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The Syrian war materializes Assad’s Five Seas vision

By Mahran Nizar Ghatrouf As the Syrian war broke out in mid March 2011, a plethora of new paradigms and terminologies began to surface. A lot of changes impactingalmost everything both in the theatre of conflict in the Middle East and on the international landscape have since taken place. Such changes had to do with a lot of things, including ...

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The game is not over, yet

Commenting on the latest  report issued by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) under the title: “Syria, 7 years at war” not 7 years of war, meaning that this UN organization explicitly acknowledges for the first time that the war on Syria is NOT a civil war,  the esteemed journalist and writer Thierry Meyssan  states ...

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Reconciliations: Defeats or Victories?!

By: Yamen Ahmad Reconciliationscontinue to thrusttheir way as a veiled victory through crowds stunned with perplexity and disbelief. Many Syrianscan not fathom how this blood-dyed peace is getting so omnipresent. The Syrians view these reconciliations with a great deal of skepticism. To them, these reconciliations translate into a sort of forgiveness for the murderers. Mulling this viewpoint, many of the ...

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The Atlantic: Israel Lost the War in Syria

The US magazine “The Atlantic” published an article in which it pointed to the continuous failure of the diplomacy launched by the enemy’s Prime Minister “Benjamin Netanyahu” with the Russian presidentaiming to contain furtherdisturbing developments across the borders. The magazine added that the Israeli officials, to a great extent, ruled out the probability of pushing the allies of Syria, “the ...

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