Analysis

Religion and politics in the Syrian uprising

Sarbast Nabi writes for North Press on the role of religion and politics in the Syrian uprising.

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The Kurds and the Syrian opposition

All Arab revolutions that have been started so far are just tragic rehearsals for real historical revolutions. They may devolve the Arab peoples to learn how to revolt against tyranny,…

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What do Syria’s Kurds want?

“#Syria is for everyone without disparity or preference. There is no sense in the freedom of any group without this equality of all.” Sarbast Nabi writes for North Press.

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Baath’s secularism and Syrian opposition’s democracy

Dr. Sarbast Nabi writes about the Baath Party and the Syrian opposition in terms of secularism and democracy

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The opposition of authoritarianism

The Syrian opposition has not yet provided a specific definition or an accurate description of the nature of authoritarianism in Syria. Instead, it was more preoccupied with fighting the authoritarianism…

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Constitutional options for solving Kurdish issue in Syria

Dr. Sarbast Nabi writes on the constitutional options available to solve the Kurdish issue in #Syria.

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Islamism and self-consciousness of belonging

The concept of Islamism is a loose concept that applies to a wide spectrum of organized political currents and movements which believe in Islam not as a mere religion or…

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How does democracy defend itself?

Fortified and Reluctant Democracy Democracy, in its general terminology is not short-term, as it has intellectual-theoretical proportions that span more than 2,500 years, and it has assumed various connotations according…

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Arabism and Arab Spring

Serbest Nebi is talking about the challenges face #Arabism, and its inevitable demise opposite a globalized #Islam. #Syria #Baath_Party #TwitterKurds

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The paradox of Iran’s containment policy in Syria

What is #Iran’s plan in #Syria with the start of the new US administration? @DarwishShoresh

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