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A problem among equals
Hussain Abdul-Hussain, February 29, 2012

Taking out dictators
Victor Davis Hanson , National Review Online, February 29, 2012

Prayer for Homs, Syria
Madelon Maupin , The Christian Science Monitor, February 29, 2012

Syria isn't the 'new Bosnia', despite the narcissistic hopes of the Western commentariat
Brendan O’Neil , telegraph.co.uk, February 29, 2012

Symbolic support for Syria

Paige Kollock, February 28, 2012

Can Syria’s Assad Fight His Way to Political Survival?
Tony Karon , TIME, February 28, 2012

An economic bloodbath will test Assad's staying power
Faisal Al Yafai , The National, February 28, 2012

Islamism’s spread in Syria
Mona Alami, February 27, 2012

Why Nobody Will Help the Syrian People
Josef Joffe , The New Republic, February 27, 2012

Assad’s evil endgame
Amir Taheri , New York Post, February 27, 2012

A farcical vote that does nothing for Assad's people

Leading article , independent.co.uk, February 27, 2012

Inside Free Syria
Jonathan Spyer , The Weekly Standard Magazine, February 27, 2012

Syria: the two sides of President Assad
Andrew Gilligan , telegraph.co.uk, February 27, 2012

We must heed all the forces at work in Syria
Editorial , The Observer, February 27, 2012

Homs and Achrafieh
Tony Badran, February 25, 2012

'Friends of Syria': Which good cause will bring unity for action?
Editorial Board , The Christian Science Monitor, February 25, 2012

Kofi Annan: is he the right trouble shooter for Syria?
Adrian Blomfield , telegraph.co.uk, February 25, 2012

Will Walid lead?
Michael Young, February 24, 2012

What’s in a vote?
Ana Maria Luca, February 24, 2012

Unite Syria's opposition first
Randa Slim , Foreign Policy, February 24, 2012

If you want to learn about the Assads, study The Sopranos
Michael Weiss , telegraph.co.uk, February 24, 2012

A Time to Act
The Editors , The New Republic, February 24, 2012

Why so few options in Syria?
Kim R. Holmes , The Washington Times, February 24, 2012

Dying to tell the story
February 23, 2012

Rémi and Marie
Jon Lee Anderson , The New Yorker, February 23, 2012

When Assad Won
David Kenner , Foreign Policy, February 23, 2012

Bloodshed that demands a concerted UN effort
Leading article , independent.co.uk, February 23, 2012

Indirect Intervention in Syria: Crafting an Effective Response to the Crisis
Jeffrey White , The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 23, 2012

Talking about a revolution
Shane Farrell, February 22, 2012

Among the Insurgents
Jonathan Spyer , Tablet Magazine, February 22, 2012

The road to Damascus goes through Moscow
Lewis Mackenzie, The Globe and Mail, February 22, 2012

The Battle of Homs: War Reporting Legend Marie Colvin Is Killed
Vivienne Walt , TIME, February 22, 2012

Helping Syria Without War
Marc Lynch , Foreign Policy, February 22, 2012

Syria's Druze community: A silent minority in no rush to take sides
Phil Sands , The National, February 22, 2012

Iranian opposition eyes Syria

Shane Farrell, February 21, 2012

Syria's rebels are not an al-Qaeda army
Richard Spencer, telegraph.co.uk, February 21, 2012

The Lebanonization of the Syrian opposition
 
Hanin Ghaddar, February 20, 2012

Syria refugees tell of civilian misery in besieged Homs 
Wyre Davis in northern Lebanon, BBC News, February 20, 2012

Can you judge a nation by the company it keeps? Syria's thuggish coalition shows how evil this regime is

Michael Weiss , telegraph.co.uk, February 18, 2012

A Plea For U.S. Intervention From a Syrian Activist
Radwan Ziadeh , The New Republic, February 17, 2012

Assad @axisofevil.com . . .
Lee Smith , The Weekly Standard Magazine, February 17, 2012

How Syria's Assad plans to survive
Nicholas Blanford , The Christian Science Monitor, February 17, 2012

Standing up to Assad
Tony Badran, February 16, 2012

Symbols of the Syrian opposition
Shuvra Mahmud , BBC News, February 16, 2012

What Assad Wants in Syria: Unsanctioned International Military Action
Salman Shaikh , The Daily Beast, February 16, 2012

Is Bashar al-Assad listening?
Rami Khouri, The Globe and Mail, February 16, 2012

Bashar al-Assad vs. the Syrian People
Jeffrey White , The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 15, 2012

An economic blockade can defeat President Bashar al-Assad
Malcolm Rifking , telegraph.co.uk, February 15, 2012

Syria's Kurds Could Lose Out in Post-Assad Scenario

Idris Ahmedi , World Politics Review, February 14, 2012

Why Libya Isn’t a Model for Syria
Barak Barfi , The New Republic, February 14, 2012

The Arab League has misjudged its actions on Syria
Abdel Bari Atwan , guardian.co.uk, February 14, 2012

Syria Street divides them
Matt Nash and Nadine Elali, February 13, 2012

What's next for Syria?
Fareed Zakaria , CNN, February 13, 2012

A new Syrian opposition party: opportunity or threat?
Shane Farrell and Nadine Elali, February 13, 2012

Why Obama Should Go Slow in Syria
Leslie H. Gelb , Newsweek Magazine, February 13, 2012

What now in Syria
Amir Taheri , New York Post, February 13, 2012

Have the Israeli Arabs remained silent on Syria?
Susan Hattis Rolef , jpost.com, February 13, 2012

Support for Syria from “Hezbollah land”
Angie Nassar, February 11, 2012

Syria is not Iraq. And it is not always wrong to intervene
Jonathan Freedland , guardian.co.uk, February 11, 2012

How to set Syria free
Leader , The Economist/ Print Edition, February 11, 2012

Homs, anvil of Syria
Michael Young, February 10, 2012

Could Arming the Rebels Bring an End to Syria’s Suffering?
Tony Karon , TIME, February 10, 2012

Why the U.S. should arm the Syrian opposition
Jackson Diehl , The Washington Post, February 10, 2012

Assad's slaughter of the innocents
Alastair Beach , independent.co.uk, February 10, 2012

Syria: what can be done?
Abdel Bari Atwan , Michael Weiss & others, February 10, 2012

Intervention in Syria Is Morally Justified—and Completely Impractical
James Traub , The New Republic, February 10, 2012

Syrian crisis and the familiar rumblings of a cold war
Patrick Seale , gulfnews.com, February 10, 2012

China’s Syrian Folly
Steve Tsang , Project Syndicate, February 9, 2012

Turkey's Syria Imperative
Leon Hadar , The National Interest, February 9, 2012

The agony of Homs
Telegraph View , telegraph.co.uk, February 9, 2012

The Syrian Endgame: How the U.S. Can Speed Up Revolution
P.J. Crowley , The Daily Beast, February 9, 2012

Don't Count on a Syria Intervention
Scott Clement , Foreign Policy, February 9, 2012

Bashar al-Assad's Syria offers Iran a springboard into the Arab Middle East
Simon Tisdall , guardian.co.uk, February 9, 2012

Damascus Calling
Leon Wieseltier , The New Republic, February 8, 2012

West reluctantly weighs military aid for Syria rebels
Nicholas Blanford , The Christian Science Monitor, February 8, 2012

Humanitarian Safe Havens: Bosnia's Lessons for Syria
Soner Cagaptay & Andrew J. Tabler , The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 8, 2012

Syria's first lady has a UK passport – that doesn't make her good
Nesrine Malik , guardian.co.uk, February 8, 2012

In Syria, a once-quiet village tips into revolution
Los Angeles Times, February 7, 2012

Arming the Opposition Is Wrong Way to Unseat Syria’s Assad
Editorial , Bloomberg, February 7, 2012

If anyone tells you there's an easy fix to the crisis in Syria, they're lying
David Blair , telegraph.co.uk, February 7, 2012

Syria: Russia on the wrong side
Editorial , guardian.co.uk, February 7, 2012

From the Syria Veto to the Egypt NGO Crisis: A Weekend of Setbacks to U.S. Policy

Robert Satloff, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, February 7, 2012

Syria's Splintered Opposition: Who Is Running the War Against the Regime? 
Rania Abouzeid, TIME, February 7, 2012

Why did Russia veto the UN Security Council resolution on Syria?
Charles Crawford, telegraph.co.uk, February 6, 2012

Northern exposure 
Hanin Ghaddar, February 6, 2012

Putin's veto sets Russia apart
David Hearst, guardian.co.uk, February 6, 2012

From Russia with love?  
Michael Widlanski , jpost.com, February 6, 2012

Vetoes leave Syria headed for a bloody stalemate 
Randa Slim, Special to CNN, February 6, 2012

Arm Assad’s enemies 
Telegraph View , telegraph.co.uk, February 6, 2012

As war engulfs Syria, foreign forces could turn the tide
 
Ahmad Al Attar & William J. Moloney, The National, February 6, 2012

Slaughter in Syria as the UN continues to chatter 
Zvi Bar’el, HAARETZ, February 4, 2012

Hama and the Muslim Brotherhood’s legacy in Syria
Nadine Elali, February 3, 2012

Syria: It’s not just about freedom
Charles Krauthammer, The Washington Post, February 3, 2012

Five ways al-Assad may fall
Soner Cagaptay, Special to CNN, February 3, 2012

Moscow will be held to account on Syrian crisis
Editorial, The National, February 3, 2012

Finish Him
Daniel Byman, Foreign Policy, February 3, 2012

Three factors that will determine Syria’s future 
Benedetta Berti, The Christian Science Monitor, February 3, 2012

Resolution unlikely. So what’s next?
Shane Farrell, February 2, 2012

Why Russia Won't Back Down On The Standoff In Syria
 
Maksim Yusin, Kommersant, February 2, 2012

Hezbollah's secret war on Syrian rebels 
Michael Weiss, telegraph.co.uk, February 2, 2012

Russia’s business with Syria  
Ana Maria Luca, February 1, 2012

Russia and China provide cover for Assad’s Syria
Bessma Momani, Toronto Star, February 1, 2012

Russia has pride, contracts at stake in Syria
Will Englund, The Washington Post, February 1, 2012

Syria: a Soviet hangover turned headache
Editorial, guardian.co.uk, February 1, 2012

Obama Needs to Do More Than Pay Lip Service to Regime Change in Syria
Ilan Berman, The Daily Beast, February 1, 2012

After Assad: The Syrian short list
Amir Taheri, New York Post, February 1, 2012

U.N. Security Council Meets: Syria’s Assad May Be Under Pressure, but He’s Not on His Way Out Yet
Tony Karon, TIME, February 1, 2012


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