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Bigger than Trump… Further than “Democracy”

Statements by Macron, Merkel, and other European leaders regarding the “Black Wednesday” the US lived were not statements of “solidarity”, but rather an expression of panic and fear of the horror of the scene that threatens of the “water reaching their shores”.

Syrians' Crises are Humanitarian and Political

The long list of crises experienced by the Syrian people continues to increase both in number of its items and the depth of each of them, to the extent that it now includes all aspects of the Syrians life without exception – from bread to fuel, fires, electricity, water, education, and health crises, in addition to the catastrophic living condition that is worsening day after day in parallel with the escalating brutality of high prices and the major plunderers and their policies, and in addition to all of these there are also the sanctions and siege. The crises of refugees, and externally as well as internally displaced persons also continue to deepen, in addition to the crisis of detainees, kidnapped and missing persons – all of these crises continue without any tangible solutions.

2254 and The Golan

Arab and foreign media are broadcasting news and leaks about undeclared negotiations with the Zionist entity. Regardless of whether this news is true or not, those who are leaking them mean that, according to their narrow perceptions governed by their narrow interests, to say that a specific deal is being prepared in the dark and under the table, with specific directions that neither serve the interest of the Syrian people nor the peoples of the entire region.

2254 and The Comprehensive Radical Change

The editorial of the last issue of Kassioun dealt with one of the basic aspects of the right of Syrians, and Syrians only, to self-determination for themselves and for their political future state. In particular the aspect related to the form of the state and the nature of the relationship between centralization and decentralization.

 

Centralization and Decentralization – and Right to Self-determination

Nowadays, there is a high level of focus on discussions related to the form of the future Syria, including the nature of its political system, the relationship between the authorities, the mechanisms for the distribution of powers among them, and between the center and the peripheries, and other issues of a constitutional nature principally.

The Memorandum of Understanding, Its Meaning, Objectives, and Fates

The first thing to be recorded as an advantage of the memorandum of understanding signed between People’s Will Party and the Syrian Democratic Council in Moscow last Monday, 31/8/2020, is that it was the product of a Syrian-Syrian dialogue without intermediaries, and that it provided an example of how two different Syrian parties can make mutual concessions through dialogue, without abandoning their principles, in order to reach common ground.

 

Protecting People's Health Is a National Imperative

The peak of the epidemic curve moves between Syrian cities, leaving Damascus to As-Suwayda, Aleppo, and Tartous. Latakia, in its turns, remains awaiting the arrival of the peak.

The American Gasping for Chaos

The comic scene in which Washington found itself in the UN Security Council days ago, with one ally, the Dominican Republic, which is “microscopic” in size and weight, facing all other countries, represents a prototype of complete series of plays that we will witness through the coming months and years; Such is the case for historically crumbling empires, which, in their last days, turn into an ideal model of cynicism.

 

New Syria: Proportional, and Single District

The recent elections of People's Assembly reconfirmed what was already confirmed: the existing electoral system is a system that kills the political movement, incapable of representing society, and is a game in the hands of the financial forces and the forces of the state apparatus.

The Concept of Resistance and New International Balance

The political geography and the conflict of human groups over wealth and influence throughout history has imposed on the Eastern Mediterranean region to be always at the core of international events, and an arena of international conflict.

 

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