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Hezbollah: The Syrian connection
Rebels attack Hezbollah fighters inside Lebanon, raising concerns that the war in Syria is spreading beyond its borders.
Last updated: 04 Jun 2013 13:30 GMT
Is a diplomatic truce in sight for Syria?
We ask if UN-Arab League mediator, Lakhdar Brahimi can help end the Syrian crisis after talks with opposition.
Last updated: 30 Dec 2012 10:27 GMT
Will a temporary truce work in Syria?
As Lakhdar Brahimi proposes to halt the violence, we ask if it will be difficult to put a short-term ceasefire in place.
Last updated: 21 Oct 2012 11:01 GMT
Is al-Assad losing control?
As the fighting has reached Damascus, we ask if it is a sign that the war in Syria is moving towards a resolution.
Last updated: 22 Jul 2012 11:26 GMT
UN-Arab envoy seeks Iran help in Syria crisis
Kofi Annan calls for "positive role" from Iran in Syria conflict, warning of disaster if his plan to end violence fails.
Last updated: 10 Jul 2012 15:12 GMT
Analysis: Reactions to Gaddafi's death
Analysts, activists, academics and ambassadors share their reactions to the death of the longtime Libyan leader.
Last updated: 21 Oct 2011 01:53 GMT
Saudi Arabia's counter-revolution
New political rifts have begun to emerge in the region, as the monarchy pushes its own agenda.
Last updated: 14 Apr 2011 08:45 GMT
Saudi Arabia's intervention in Bahrain
We look at the regional implications of Saudi Arabia's decision to send troops into the neighbouring Gulf state.
Last updated: 16 Mar 2011 11:43 GMT
Losing the battle for Arab opinion
As Arab foreign ministers say the Libyan regime is illegitimate, we ask if Gaddafi has lost another battle.
Last updated: 13 Mar 2011 11:24 GMT
Oil wealth likely to keep Gulf calm
Despite a rare protest in Oman and cash and food being doled out in Kuwait, experts say the region will remain quiet.
Last updated: 18 Jan 2011 10:31 GMT
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