Ali Mamluk, the Syrian regime's immovable head of the National [...]
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Faleh al-Fayad, the national security advisor to Haider Al Abadi, [...]
Ali Mamlouk, the head of Syria's National Security Bureau, has had some degree of success in his efforts to court Sunni countries in the Middle East.`
While the Vienna process continues, Russia has been quizzing Ali Mamlouk about becoming Syria's interim leader.
The meeting between Vladimir Putin and Mohammed bin Salman in Sochi on October 11 was heated. Not surprisingly, the two men stuck to their positions on Syria. However the discussion soon shifted to the Russian Caucasus.
A lengthy investigation by Intelligence Online has shed light on some of Russia's most crucial initiatives in the Syrian theatre.
Analysts at Aman, the Israeli military intelligence agency, believe that the regime in Damascus is sure to fall, despite the major operational assistance it has been receiving from Russia and Iran.
Jordan's GID has relied on support from the US intelligence services. But the shifting sands in regional diplomacy, with the rapprochement between Washington and Tehran and the new leadership in Riyadh, have sent Amman looking for new allies.