ISIS is still operational in different parts of the world with the intention of maintaining its potential threat to security.
When Saudi Arabia will normalize ties with Israel depends on the war in the Gaza Strip, but the current status quo already heralds a change.
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Power Play in Syria: How Wagner Mercenaries, Economic Stakes and Shifting Alliances Influence the Balance Between Russia, Iran and the Assad Regime
The Wagner group, with military and economic stakes in Syria, could potentially influence Russian and Iranian interests in the conflict-ridden nation.
It seems to be a bit of a dance right now regarding normalising with Assad. The agreements between Damascus and its Arab brothers cannot be expected to pass muster for long.
Opportunistic Strategies in Times of Crisis: The Syrian Government’s Pursuit of Power and Recognition Amidst Civil War
The recent earthquake serves as a compelling instance of the Syrian regime’s propensity to exploit disasters for its own gains
Why has ISIS has been able to survive and display “a resilient insurgency” despite the international community’s efforts to eradicate the group?
The earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria in February has prompted a litany of policy debates surrounding the state of humanitarianism today.
Counter-ISIS operations will only succeed by addressing tensions between partner forces and corruption, and strengthening local governing capacity.