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US-backed forces wanted ISIS to conquer Deir Ezzor, so did opposition...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:35 P.M.) - In one day it will be three months since Syrian pro-government forces, led by the Syrian Arab Army and...

The battle of al-Qusayr, 2013 – The underestimated victory: 40-minute OZ...

  Available on AMN Live Stream Patreon for $2. Link here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/battle-of-al-40-11887259 Interview between military and geopolitical analyst Izat Charkatli and Andrew Illingworth, founder of the...

Reality Check: No Sarin gas used by Assad in Syria?

It was a stunning announcement, stunning because of what was said and maybe equally as stunning because it was honest. Secretary of Defense James Mattis...

Nationwide map and review of Syria – August 28, 2017

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 P.M.) - The month of August has been interesting insofar as the stunning advances of pro-government forces in western and central...

Understanding how the ISIS insurgency in Syria’s eastern desert works and...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:45 P.M.) - Since the beginning of 2018, lingering Islamic State forces in Syria's eastern desert region have reminded the Syrian Army...

Challenging the Saudi crown prince: Alwaleed bin Talal toughs it out

Incarcerated for almost two months in a gilded cage in Riyadh’s luxurious Ritz Carlton Hotel, Saudi billionaire businessman Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal appears to be putting...

Gulf crisis escalates as major corporations are forced to take sides

The Gulf crisis that pits a United Arab Emirates-Saudi-led alliance against Qatar is escalating in discreet but no less worrisome ways that effect major...

The killing of Ali Abdullah Saleh – Is peace in Yemen...

Based on remarks at a 19 December 2017 NUS Middle East Institute seminar The Middle East being the Middle East, everything is interrelated. What happens...

New rebel strategy to win Syrian conflict: Build a wall around...

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:00 A.M.) - Following a series big territorial losses and military defeats across the provinces of Idlib, Hama and Aleppo at the...

Kidnapping and ant-Shiite rhetoric stirs Malaysian debate about Saudi-inspired ultra-conservatism

Allegedly kidnapped, forty-three-year old Malaysian activist Amri Che Mat, a foreign exchange trader and mountain climber, has not been heard of since he went missing...
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