Faysal Mohamad is a retired Syrian-Canadian professor of international relations and Middle Eastern politics, as well as a long-time dissident who was an eye-witness to the Syrian uprising.
Russia’s attempts to address rival strategic agendas in Syria while advancing its own objectives hold questionable attainability.
Hafez al Assad’s ominous capture of power on 13 November 1970, as chronicled by a former student activist and left-wing Baathist from the Alawi heartland.
Moscow shows tacit support for a status quo in which the Syrian regime can veto any constitutional proposals it deems unacceptable.
How a Syrian-Canadian professor of international relations and Mid East politics navigated the Assad regime's schizophrenic attitude toward social media.
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