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Lastpoint.gr – Feb. 01, 2020 The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a few days ago the appointment of Ms. Tasia Athanassiou as a special envoy for Syria. Ms. Athanassiou held the position of Ambassador of Greece to the Syrian capital Damascus until 2012, when the Samaras government decided to […]

Athens: The back door for the butcher of Damascus


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Mar. 18, 2020, issue 9847, p. 21 In a dark night for the Turkish people and Turkish government with the arrival of the wounded and dead of the Turkish army as a result of their direct targeting by Assad militias in the countryside of Idlib, initial reports […]

On both banks of the Evros River, the interests of ...


Armyvoice.gr – Dec. 09 , 2019 In a large US operation that included eight helicopters, two F-16 planes and Delta Force unit, Washington was able to kill Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the head of the Islamic State, who was the most attentive of all the former team leaders, most importantly the […]

Middle East: Two scenarios after the assassination of al-Baghdadi


Armyvoice.gr – Apr. 20, 2019 The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) supported by the International Coalition for Combating Terrorism recently announced full control over the areas controlled by the Islamic State in eastern Syria, with the end of the Baghuz battle, which lasted more than three months. Following this victory, Washington […]

Islamic State: The end of an era or the beginning ...



Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Nov. 13, 2018, issue 9365, p. 21 At the time that the Turkish armoured vehicles and rockets sound at the border of the city of Ayn al-Arab (Kobane), the Turkish government is rushing to the next steps. The initial stability of the exchange rate of the Turkish […]

From the trenches of Ayn al-Arab to the walls of ...


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Oct. 01, 2018, issue 9322, p. 21 The observer of political affairs must stay out of emotions so as to be able to see the full picture of the political climate and the conventions associated with it. This does not in any way mean that the researcher […]

The mist in Sochi covers Idlib


Huffington Post Greece – Sep. 26, 2018 The Russian defense ministry suddenly announced its decision to supply the Assad regime in Syria with the S-300 missile defense system within a few weeks. The meaning of this announcement from Moscow is clear about Tel Aviv ‘s responsibility for the fall of the IL-20 aircraft, where 15 […]

The Russian-Israeli relations at a dangerous turning point


Huffington Post Greece – Sep. 14, 2018 Recent statements by the Russian leadership and the Assad regime officials have repeatedly raised the need to start the return of Syrian refugees from the various countries of the world to their country. These statements were made mainly after the success of Russia, Iran […]

Russia’s need for Syrian refugees to return to their country



Huffington Post Greece – Sep. 03, 2018 In a recent article in the New York Times titled “In Syria, an ugly peace is better than more war”, former US President Jimmy Carter talks about the need to change Washington’s strategy in the Syrian crisis and opening up to the Assad […]

In response to Jimmy Carter … the Syrian revolution continues


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – Aug. 31, 2018, issue 9291, p. 21 Certainly what has been leaked since the previous Helsinki summit on expectations or reflections continues to be suspended to date. But the two crises that were the priority of this meeting, Syria and Ukraine, remained stuck without a fundamental change […]

Bolton sets the rules … and Idlib is in readiness


Annahar Premium – Aug. 25, 2018 Mr. George Issa, distinguished journalist in the Lebanese newspaper “Annahar”, posed to me three questions on the upcoming Idlib operation, as follows: Question nr. 1: What is the expected scale of the next Syrian military operation in Idlib? The operation in Idlib is anticipated […]

Commentary in Annahar newspaper on the upcoming Idlib operation, Syria


Al-Quds Al-Arabi – June 14, 2018, issue 9215, p. 21 It is important for us as researchers and political observers to understand where the Middle East is generally going and monitor the evolution of the conflict between Israel and Iran particularly in Syria. Despite the refusal of many observers that the […]

Between Israel and Iran … Assad in the bottleneck