Rome’s stance on the Syrian regime has diverged from its Western counterparts, but rapprochement is unlikely to happen soon.
The US president can do much more than talk to persuade Putin to allow humanitarian aid into Syria.
A German court is scheduled to deliver its ruling on Thursday in the trial of Anwar Raslan, a former Syrian secret police officer who is accused of crimes against humanity.
The renormalisation of ties between Amman and Damascus comes after multiple shifts in the Hashemite Kingdom’s foreign policy over the years, with economic rationality playing a crucial factor.
The regime’s sham elections last week aimed to humiliate Syrians opposed to its rule and convince the international community to forget about the war. How should Western countries react?
Washington says sanctions on Hafez al Assad, teenage son of regime leader Bashar al Assad, and 14 others are part of efforts to block funds for war-torn country's regime.
Regime leader Bashar al Assad's party and allies take 177 seats out of 250 in the third such elections since the start of the war nine years ago.
The new US sanctions on Damascus are bad news for the UAE, but it could be a double-edged sword for the US.
Cutting Bashar al Assad's lifelines breathes new life into the struggle to unseat the dictator accused of war crimes.
Washington's Syria envoy James Jeffrey delivered its most scathing remarks on the UAE’s cosying up to the Assad regime, clarifying Abu Dhabi would not be exempt from financial measures outlined in the Syria Caesar Act.
While US sanctions don't translate to accountability, it will draw blood from the Syrian regime.
A trove of tens of thousands of pictures released by a Syrian regime defector named ‘Caesar’ revealed the extent of torture and extrajudicial killing in the regime’s prisons. Now the US is targeting those responsible for the abuses with sanctions.
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