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Amman the Arbiter: Why Jordan is the perfect state to bridge a compromise in Syria

by Paul Iddon. Shortly after Russia’s military deployment to Syria, the Jordanians agreed to Russian offers to establish a “special working mechanism” in Amman for military coordination in Syria — a country in which both have interests, some of which diverge. … Continue reading

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Russische Machtpolitik in Syrien

This article is also available in English. Der syrische Bürgerkrieg dauert nun schon seit rund 4,5 Jahren an und hat seine Wurzeln im Arabischen Frühling. Der Aufstand der Bevölkerung war mehr als berechtigt, herrschte Baschar al-Assad mit einem repressiven Sicherheitsapparat, … Continue reading

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Syrian rebells: unorganized and potential violent

On Thursday, July 19 2012, Democracy Now aired a report about Syria, which comprised three segments. The report began with an activist from Damascus, who requested anonymity to protect her safety. She gave an insight into the rebels and she … Continue reading

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