The US-Syrian Crisis: Why Diplomacy Failed
How career diplomats doomed the Bush administration's effort to prod Syrian President Bashar Assad into voluntarily reducing his regime's sponsorship of terrorist groups opposed to the Middle East peace process and ending its support for insurgents fighting American forces in Iraq.
Ziad K. Abdelnour
Implications of the Israeli Reprisal in Syria
In launching Israel's first attack on Syrian soil in nearly three decades earlier this month, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon unveiled a sweeping change in the Jewish state's defense policy.