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Guerra na Síria: escalada internacional
10 | Maio | 2018

Na sequência do alegado ataque com armas químicas a 7 de Abril no enclave rebelde de Douma, o Presidente norte-americano anunciou uma resposta militar contra o regime sírio, à qual se juntaram a França e o Reino Unido. A Rússia alertou para as consequências desta intervenção e, apesar da escalada das tensões a nível internacional, o Conselho de Segurança das Nações Unidas não conseguiu aprovar três resoluções para iniciar um processo de responsabilização sobre os ataques.



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

Ver também: Conflito na Síria 

 

Recursos
Syrian civil war map: Who's in control where [14/04/2018]
Alia Chughtai, Al Jazeera

Map: Russia And Iran In Southwest Syria [12/04/2018]
Institute for the Study ofWar

Syria's War: The Descent into Horror
Zachary Laub, Council on Foreign Relations


Análises
What Iran Really Wants in Syria [10/05/2018]
Payam Mohseni & Hassan Ahmadian, Foreign Policy

New Directions in Syria? [08/05/2018]
Ghida Tayara, Carnegie Middle East Center

Syria crisis enters new danger zone [02/05/2018]
Michael Dempsey, The Hill

Trump, Syria – and the threat of regional conflagration [02/05/2018]
Fawaz A. Gerges, Qantara

Frappes occidentales en Syrie : quel défi pour la diplomatie française? [27/04/2018]
Brahim Oumansour, IRIS

Who will side with whom if Syria explodes? [21/04/2018]
Tony Duheaume, Al Arabiya

In Syria’s Complex War, Is Turkey’s Erdogan the Wiliest Player? [19/04/2018]
Frida Ghitis, World Politics Review

Dear Bashar al-Assad Apologists: Your Hero Is a War Criminal Even If He Didn’t Gas Syrians [19/04/2018]
Mehdi Hasan, The Intercept

Trump declares ‘Mission Accomplished’ on Syria attacks — but whose mission? [18/04/2018]
Andrew Bacevich, Boston Globe

Trump needs to define achievable political objectives in Syria [18/04/2018]
Michael Young, The National

Bolton dealing to build an Arab military force in Syria [18/04/2018]
Zachary Cohen, CNN

Control of the Syrian Airspace: Russian Geopolitical Ambitions and Air Threat Assessment [18/04/2018]
Can Kasapoglu, CSS

Syria strikes violated international law – are the rules of foreign intervention changing? [18/04/2018]
Jan Lemnitzer, The Conversation

The Syria Strike: A Mere Bump in the Road for Assad [18/04/2018]
John McLaughlin, Ozy

Iran Faces Strategic Decision – Whether to Respond To Israel's Operations Against Its Military Expansion In Syria, Which Could Lead To Iran-Israel War [17/04/2018]
Yigal Carmon and A. Savyon, MEMRI

4 essential elements of a U.S. strategy on Syria [17/04/2018]
Michael E. O’Hanlon, Brookings Institution

As the U.S. and Russia Spar Over Syria, China Sits Strategically on the Sidelines [17/04/2018]
Logan Pauley, World Politics Review

Launching missiles was the easy bit. Now what about Syria’s future? [17/04/2018]
Juliet Samuel, Gulf News

Back to Normal in Syria [17/04/2018]
Joshua Keating, Slate

Syria War's Game Theory Is Too Complex to Predict [17/04/2018]
Eli Lake, Asharq Al Awsat

The search for truth in the rubble of Douma – and one doctor’s doubts over the chemical attack [17/04/2018]
Robert Fisk, Independent

The realities of Syria’s war remain unchanged by western strikes [16/04/2018]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Here Are All the Reasons Striking Syria Was a Bad Idea [16/04/2018]
Ted Galen Carpenter, National Interest

The many things Trump didn’t accomplish in the latest Syria strike [16/04/2018]
Ishaan Tharoor, Washington Post

Striking Syria Was the Right Caller [16/04/2018]
Jim Geraghty, National Review

Trump’s Realist Syria Strategy [16/04/2018]
Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal

«Les frappes en Syrie sont-elles justifiées par la “responsabilité de protéger”?» [16/04/2018]
Jean-Baptiste Jeangène Vilmer, Le Monde

In Syria, Moscow Is Defending a Narrative, Not a Country [16/04/2018]
Maxim Trudolyubov, Kennan Institute

Two and a half cheers for the Syria strike [16/04/2018]
Dalibor Rohac, AEIdeas

Iran's Real Enemy in Syria [16/04/2018]
Karim Sadjadpour, The Atlantic

Washington’s biggest mistake in Syria [15/04/2018]
Mohammad Ghaderi, Teheran Times

It was right to strhke, but only bringing Russia to the table can end the Syrian conflict [15/04/2018]
Lina Khatib, The Guardian

After the Syria Strike, a Strategy [15/04/2018]
Ryan Crocker and Michael O’Hanlon, Wall Street Journal

The Fruits of Iran's Victory in Syria [15/04/2018]
Ariane Tabatabai, Lawfare

Why Russia did not respond to the US strikes on Syria [15/04/2018]
Leonid Issaev, Al Jazeera

Legal Questions Loom Over Syria Strikes [15/04/2018]
Entrevista a John B. Bellinger III, Council on Foreign Relations

How Syria Came to This [15/04/2018]
Andrew Tabler, The Atlantic

Syria has paid a terrible price for the west’s disastrous policy of doing nothing [15/04/2018]
Andrew Rawnsley, The Guardian

The West Rebukes Russia in Syria [15/04/2018]
Jacob Shapiro, Geopolitical Futures

What next for Syria after the US-led attacks? [15/04/2018]
Rami G Khouri, Al Jazeera

Non-Accomplishment in Syria [15/04/2018]
Paul R. Pillar, National Interest

The Syria powder keg: danger in rush for influence on crowded battlefield [15/04/2018]
Lulian Borger, The Guardian

Syria’s Axis of Evil Cannot Be Trusted [15/04/2018]
Abdulrahman Al-Rashed, Asharq Al-Awsat

No, US strikes on Syria will not start World War III [14/04/2018]
Malak Chabkoun, Al Jazeera

Was Trump’s Strike on Syria Justified? [14/04/2018]
Joshua Keating, Slate

The New Cold War Is Boiling Over in Syria [14/04/2018]
Dmitri Trenin, Foreign Policy

Will the US and Russia go to war over Syria? [13/04/2018]
Ruth Citrin & Kadri Liik & Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR

The Syrian War Is Actually Many Wars [13/04/2018]
Krishnadev Calamur, The Atlantic

«Pourquoi punir Bachar el-Assad n'est pas une si mauvaise idée» [13/04/2018]
Antoine Viktine, Le Figaro

Will the US and Russia go to war over Syria? [13/04/2018]
Ruth Citrin & Kadri Liik & Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR

Iran Is Outpacing Assad for Control of Syria's Shia Militias [12/04/2018]
Phillip Smyth, Washington Institute

Turkey's running out of time to pick a partner in Syria [12/04/2018]
Fehim Tastekin, Al Monitor

America's Interests in Syria Beyond Deterring Chemical Weapons Use [12/04/2018]
Jennifer Cafarella, Institute for the Study ofWar

U.S. Response to the Reported Chemical Attack in Douma, Syria [11/04/2018]
Rebecca Hersman & Melissa Dalton, CSIS

Have Iran, Russia and Turkey reached agreement on future Syrian state? [11/04/2018]
Hamidreza Azizi, Al Monitor

Syria: Act Decisively or Not at All [11/04/2018]
Anthony Cordesman, CSIS

More U.S.-Israeli Coordination Could Change the Balance of Power in the Middle East [10/04/2018]
Michael Doran, New York Times

Trump Needs to Be More Trumpian in Syria [10/04/2018]
Michael Doran, New York Times

Macron Needs to Attack Syria [09/04/2018]
Benjamin Haddad, Foreign Policy

Syria’s latest chemical massacre demands a global response [09/04/2018]
Michelle Bentley, The Conversation

Control of the Syrian Airspace: Russian Geopolitical Ambitions and Air Threat Assessment [09/04/2018]
Can Kasapoğlu, SWP

NATO Allies Go Head to Head in Syria [09/04/2018]
Oytun Orhan, German Marshall Fund

The latest chemical attack in Syria reveals the bankruptcy of Trump’s policies toward Assad [08/04/2018]
Max Boot, Washington Post

Conditioning American withdrawal from Syria [06/04/2018]
James Dobbins & Jeffrey Martini, Al Monitor

Israel, Hizbollah and Iran: Preventing Another War in Syria [07/02/2018]
International Crisis Group


Editoriais
Syrian people pay the price [03/05/2018]
Al Ahram

War for War: On U.S. Strikes in Syria [16/04/2018]
The Hindu

Japan Should Join Call For Real Syria Sanctions [16/04/2018]
Japan Times

A Trump Strategy for Syria [15/04/2018]
Wall Street Journal

Syria’s political problem can’t have a military solution [15/04/2018]
Gulf News

Bombing Syria will not provide a lasting solution [15/04/2018]
Financial Times

Western strikes are too little, too late [14/04/2018]
Khaleej Times

Assad has lost all right to sovereignty [13/04/2018]
The National

Why Intervening in Syria Is the Wrong Move [13/04/2018]
Der Spegel

We must not let memories of Iraq paralyse us in facing Putin and Assad over Syria [11/04/2018]
The Sun

Syrie: l’inéluctable riposte occidentale [10/04/2018]
Le Monde

Trump’s dangerous ‘Twitter Doctrine’ in Syria [11/04/2018]
Boston Globe

Don't Blindly Follow Trump [10/04/2018]
Guardian

Syrian Situation Calls For Caution [10/04/2018]
Haaretz

Assad's Cannot Go Unpunished [10/04/2018]
The National

Syria Isn’t Just About Syria [10/04/2018]
Weekly Standard

Meeting the Limits of Bluster in Syria [09/04/2018]
New York Times

Trump’s Approach to Syria Is No Way to Run a War [06/04/2018]
New York Times

After the fall of Eastern Ghouta, the Syrian civil war has graduated to a new phase [25/03/2018]
The National

 

Notícias
Kahlon: We'll do everything to kick Iranians out of Syria [10/05/2018]
Ynet News

Israeli Minister: If Iran Attacks From Syria, Assad's 'Blood Is Forfeit' [07/05/2018]
Jerusalem Post

Syria’s Assad Presses Offensive, Missile Strikes Raise Escalation Risk [30/04/2018]
The Editors, Reuters

Iran, Russia, Turkey Close Ranks on Syria Coordination Amid U.S. Pressure [30/04/2018]
A Correspondent in Beirut, Al-Monitor

Syria: western nations seek to bypass Russian veto at UN[24/04/2018]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

Russia to Move Air Defenses to Syria 'Soon,' Warns Israel Against Attack [23/04/2018]
Anna Ahronheim, Jerusalem Post

US Syria effort hinges on unreliable Egypt [20/04/2018]
Jack Detsch, Al Monitor

Insurgents South of Syrian Capital Surrender [20/04/2018]
Angus McDowall, Reuters

Militants given 48 hours to surrender enclave near Damascus-report [19/04/2018]
Arab News

Bolton dealing to build an Arab military force in Syria [18/04/2018]
Zachary Cohen, CNN

Syrie: les difficultés de l’OIAC pour inspecter le site de Douma [18/04/2018]
Stéphanie Maupas et Benjamin Barthe, Le Monde

New war authorization from Congress unveiled following Syria strikes [17/04/2018]
Ted Barrett, CNN

The Latest: Officials say Turkey wants reduced Syria tension [17/04/2018]
Associated Press

Attaque chimique en Syrie: la difficile mission des inspecteurs internationaux [17/04/2018]
Le Figaro

Israel and U.S. Working Together to Blunt Iran's Expansion in Syria [17/04/2018]
Dion Nissenbaum and Rory Jones, Wall Street Journal

Inspectors reportedly reach alleged Syria chemical attack site [17/04/2018]
CBS News

Trump has reportedly halted new sanctions against Russia [17/04/2018]
Pat Ralph, Business Insider

Saudi Arabia says open to sending troops to Syria under wider coalition [17/04/2018]
Reuters

Syrie: la défense antiaérienne victime d'une fausse alarme après les frappes occidentales [17/04/2018]
Le Figaro

Pentagon Denies Carrying out Military Operation in Syria’s Homs [17/04/2018]
Asharq Al Awsat

Israel Planning for Direct Retaliatory Attack from Iran [17/04/2018]
Anna Ahronheim, Jerusalem Post

S.Arabia Says Open To Sending Troops To Syria Under Wider Coalition [17/04/2018]
Jerusalem Post

Egypt to decline any request by US to send troops to Syria: former intelligence official [17/04/2018]
Taha Sakr, Egypt Independent

False alarm, not outside attack, sets off Syria air defences [17/04/2018]
Los Angeles Times

EU Threatens New Syrian Sanctions but No Clear Russian Target [16/04/2018]
Robin Emmott & Gabriela Baczynska, Reuters

Sabbagh: Tripartite aggression on Syria aimed at hindering work of fact-finding mission [16/04/2018]
SANA

Military Source: Israel Conducted April 9 Strike On Syrian Airbase [16/04/2018]
Jerusalem Post

Haley: US troops to stay in Syria until goals achieved [15/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

U.S. Plans to Impose Sanctions on Russia Over Alleged Chemical Weapons Use in Syria [15/04/2018]
Carol Morello & James McAuley, The Washington Post

What mission has the US accomplished in Syria? [15/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Putin: Further Syria strikes to cause chaos in international ties [15/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Assad's brutal strategy survives regardless of Trump's victory tweet [15/04/2018]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

Syria: western allies launch diplomatic offensive in wake of strikes [15/04/2018]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

China says Syrian strikes violate international law, urges dialogue [14/04/2018]
Reuters

‘Mission Accomplished!’ But What Is the Mission in Syria? [14/04/2018]
Peter Baker, The New York Times

Syria fired 40 missiles 'at nothing' after allied air strikes destroyed three Assad chemical sites [14/04/2018]
Gareth Davies, The Telegraph

What are Syrians saying about the US-led attacks? [14/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Netanyahu Tells Putin: Israel Will Not Permit an Iranian Military Presence in Syria [12/04/2018]
Haaretz

White House: Trump still weighing 'all options' on Syria despite military threats [11/04/2018]
Cristiano Lima, Politico

If Iran Acts Against Israel, the Assad Regime Will Disappear [11/04/2018]
Ben Caspit, Jerusalem Post

Kremlin to Trump: We don't engage in Twitter diplomacy [11/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Israel Moves to Block Iran's Military Presence in Syria [11/04/2018]
Amos Harel, Haaretz

WHO demands access to 'chemical attack' victims in Syria [11/04/2018]
Susan McFarland, UPI

Top iranian official says israel to face 'response' over air base attack [10/04/2018]
Jerusalem Post

Russia says it warned U.S. of 'grave repercussions' if Syria attacked [09/04/2018]
Michelle Nichols, Reuters

Syria to chair UN disarmament forum on chemical & nuclear weapons; watchdog calls on US &EU to walk out [09/04/2018]
UN Watch

White House: US and France promise a 'strong, joint response' on Syria after suspected chemical attack [09/04/2018]
Tara Francis Chan, Business Insider

Trump to Decide Soon Whether to Retaliate for ‘Barbaric Act’ in Syria [09/04/2018]
Peter Baker, New York Times

Mattis 'not ruling out' Syria military action after Douma attack [09/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Iran-Israel Conflict Escalates in Shadow of Syrian Civil War [09/04/2018]
Ben Hubbard and David M. Halbfinger, New York Times

Syria chemical attack: Scores killed in Douma, rescuers say [08/04/2018]
Al Jazeera

Trump Drops Push for Immediate Withdrawal of Troops from Syria [04/04/2018]
Julie Hirschfeld Davis, New York Times



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