Steven Sahiounie is a Syrian American award-winning journalist based in Syria. He is specialized on the Middle East. He has also appeared on TV and radio in Canada, Russia, Iran, Syria, China, Lebanon, and the United States.
Many see the brewing war on the Kurds in Syria as a distraction manipulated by Erdogan in his effort to boost nationalist sentiments ahead of the election.
As President Assad has said before, be careful when you feed a monster because it can later turn to bite you.
The ability of a state to dictate how a woman appears in public is all about communicating to the citizens the strength of the state, Steven Sahiounie writes.
The road to peace in Syria and the rebuilding of lives and homes there can only be done with the help of neighbors.
The question for liberal western democracies is, “Can democracy, religious extremism, and apartheid policies co-exist?”
The presidency of Lebanon’s Michel Aoun is coming to a close and politicians are anticipating a possible power vacuum if a decision cannot be made soon to fill the office.
The root cause of all the political turmoil and chaos in the Middle East is the brutal military occupation of Palestine.
There is a battle brewing in the occupied West Bank of Palestine, Steven Sahiounie writes.
The Biden administration should develop a plan with Turkey and Russia to bring Idlib under the control of the Syrian government.
The U.S. tax-payer-voter should be questioning why the U.S. partners with radical Islamic terrorists, Steven Sahiounie writes.