Over 88,000 Syrian refugee families in Lebanon are bracing for the impact of the UN's decision to cut aid starting in 2024.
While Swayda is in motion, the Daraa Governorate in southern Syria is experiencing movements aiming to stabilize the region.
After a hiatus of over a year, Russia has resumed its patrols in southern Syria at the end of last month.
The Next Chapter in Southern Syria after Israeli-Iranian tit-for-tat shelling Fire exchanges escalate between Israel and Iran-backed militias. With the Quds_Force's earlier move to coordinate its allies' actions, is the conflict widening from Gaza to Syria, or are these passing skirmishes?
While the winds of Arab and Turkish reconciliation with the Syrian regime have swept away many barriers, a symbolic threshold still lingers, challenging its return to OIC.
Over a month has passed since the SDF reestablished its presence and took control over areas in eastern rural Deir ez-Zor, from which they had previously withdrawn due to attacks by Arab tribal fighters.
According to an analysis of the stakeholders' interests, there are two main beneficiaries from the explosion that targeted the graduation ceremony at the Syrian regime's military academy in Homs.
Eight years have elapsed since Russia's military foray into Syria. Recently, its foreign policy took a pivotal shift, largely preoccupied by the Ukrainian conflict, which reverberated through several Syrian matters that Russia once heavily influenced.
Amid ongoing protests in southern Syria and growing discontent in coastal areas, the Syrian regime hasn't addressed the economic concerns, notably the subsidy cuts. An analysis from Jusoor Center for Studies explores the regime's persistent subsidy reduction strategy.
For the second time since the Astana track's inception in 2016, a meeting, led by Iran and involving the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, and Iran, was convened on September 22, 2023, alongside the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Syria is recently witnessing unparalleled battlefield developments that could reshape the standing of various local actors, including ISIS. This is particularly significant as the areas experiencing turmoil fall within the organization's sphere of military and security influence and operations.
A tapestry of economic motivations stands behind the unprecedented confrontations between the tribes and the SDF, factors that have previously acted as catalysts for numerous protests in the eastern countryside of Deir al-Zour and other regions east of the Euphrates.