Peace talks in Geneva broke down in April as the opposition refused to continue to participate as violence in Syria worsened despite the ceasefire agreement
In the past few weeks, the Russians have wreaked havoc on the leadership structures of many independent anti-Assad non-ISIS groups
Since the start of October, the Russians have become a driving force in battles in Syria and the wider region. Before that, they had been playing an ...
The upcoming Riyadh conference is the first serious attempt to map out Syria's future, and it's the first meeting of Syrian opposition groups to be ...
There is momentum in Vienna that deserves encouragement and cautious optimism
Syria peace talks participants agreed that Syria would see a transitional govt in six months and elections in 18 months
Assad's main Mideast backer Iran President Hassan Rowhani said in an interview ‘it is up to the people to decide who leads them’
A document has been circulated that calls for drafting a new constitution but makes no mention of Assad's future
Inviting Iran may be interpreted as the international community’s increased faith in Iran’s ability to shape regional issues
The conjunction between the efforts on Syria and Yemen is interesting, especially as the talks also coincided with Saudi Arabia for the first time ...
No party has successfully delivered any security solutions to end the conflict for over four years
Meanwhile, the 17 powers who had met in Vienna collectively called on Friday for a nationwide truce in Syria’s four-year civil war
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was also to meet with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavro
The foreign ministers of the United States, Russia, Turkey and Saudi Arabia met Thursday in Vienna
U.S. Secretary of State: My friends, the challenge that we face in Syria today is nothing less than to chart a course out of hell
Invitations to Syrian crisis talks in Vienna were extended to other countries. The main round of talks is expected to take place on Friday, but ...
‘Even though Israel isn’t part of the P5+1 our voice and our concerns played a critical role in preventing a bad deal,’ Netanyahu said
The IAEA is still trying to conduct a separate, but related, inquiry into weapons research suspicions
Both Iran and Western powers still hope to reach a deal over the next five days
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