ISIS and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham are considering their options after they were not included in the Syrian peace process.
Escalating disputes between the US and Iran have entered a phase best described as a “test of intentions”.
Kurdish powers in Syria are showing interest in the efforts of regional and international powers conducted for the Geneva conference.
Recently, port wars have become one of the main axes of armed conflict in various countries of the Middle East.
The establishment of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham constituted a significant transformation in the position of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham.
Digital art’s rapid popularity in the Middle East is accredited to its ability to express regional social and political issues.
The US-Iraqi plan to wage war on the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) in Mosul has driven ISIS militants towards Syria.
The fourth round of Syrian peace talks in Geneva raises many questions about the future of the conflict.
The deployment of 400 American troops in the vicinity of Manbij has raised questions about the goals of the US administration in Syria.
The scope of tension between Iran and Turkey have dramatically intensified across the region due to the Syrian crisis.
There are indications that trending views in Tehran reflect doubts in Iran''s ability to continue its support for the Syrian regime.
The recent agreement between leaders of ISIS and Hay'at Tahrir al-Sham came as a surprising step.
The April 7th US missile strike on Shayrat airbase in Syria constitutes the first intentional US strike on Assad regime forces.
The US missile strike on Syria's Shayrat airbase has confused Iran's policy towards the recent political and battlefield developments.