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Everything You Need to Know About Russia's Intervention in Syria
October 04, 2015

Everything You Need to Know About Russia's Intervention in Syria

By Benjamin David Baker
Russia has started military operations in Syria. Here's what we know so far.
China's Role in the Syria Crisis, Revisited
September 28, 2015

China's Role in the Syria Crisis, Revisited

By David Volodzko
A look at history proves China's leading role in arming the Assad regime, thus contributing to today's civil war.

India and the Syrian Civil War
September 21, 2015

India and the Syrian Civil War

By Kabir Taneja
How a potential permanent UNSC member approached the crisis in Syria.

How China Helped Cause the Syrian Refugee Crisis
September 14, 2015

How China Helped Cause the Syrian Refugee Crisis

By David Volodzko
By exporting missile technology to Iran, China is effectively arming Syrian forces and exacerbating the civil war.

India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum
March 08, 2015

India’s Middle East Policy Gathers Momentum

By Kabir Taneja
New Delhi’s active diplomacy with the region is now being bolstered by growing recognition of threats such as ISIS.
US Air Strikes in Syria: China's Conundrum
September 24, 2014

US Air Strikes in Syria: China's Conundrum

By Shannon Tiezzi
As the U.S. begins its anti-IS campaign in Syria, China has a tough decision to make.

“Responsibility to Protect” Can’t Save Syria
February 01, 2014

“Responsibility to Protect” Can’t Save Syria

By James R. Holmes
R2P is just too sweeping to be practical, including in Syria. It’s time to search for more realistic options.
A Potemkin Syria Deal
September 17, 2013

A Potemkin Syria Deal

The US-Russia deal on Syria achieves next to nothing—for America or the world.

5 Questions to Ask Before Bombing Syria
August 28, 2013

5 Questions to Ask Before Bombing Syria

The Japan-Soviet War of 1939 provides some key insights into how the West should send signals in Syria.

Syria's Next Problem
December 22, 2012

Syria's Next Problem

“Sectarian conflict might dominate coverage of Syria today, but internal Sunni dynamics will define its tomorrow.”

China and the ICC
December 07, 2012

China and the ICC

While China won’t support some cases being referred to the international court, many are too quick to dismiss its participation.

Preventing a Chemical Weapons Nightmare in Syria
December 06, 2012

Preventing a Chemical Weapons Nightmare in Syria

Fear that Syria will resort to the unthinkable is not so far-fetched. The international community must be clear in defining its “redline.”

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