Bassam Haddad

George Mason University

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Director of the Middle East Studies Program at George Mason University and author of Business Networks in Syria: The Political Economy of Authoritarian Resilience

 

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Syria's Bashar al-Assad has called for elections, even as his army continues to bombard residential neighborhoods the Assad government calls "havens for terrorists" inspired by foreign…

Is It Time to Intervene in Syria?

Syria's Bashar al-Assad has called for elections, even as his army continues to bombard residential neighborhoods the Assad government calls "havens for terrorists" inspired by foreign…

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Syria's civilian death toll is now estimated at 6000 people, as tanks and machine guns continue to bombard residential neighborhoods the Assad government calls "havens for terrorists"…

Syria's Civil War

Syria's civilian death toll is now estimated at 6000 people, as tanks and machine guns continue to bombard residential neighborhoods the Assad government calls "havens for terrorists"…

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