Articles by Daniel Tovrov

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Clinton On Syria: Assad Must Go

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has once again condemned the government of Bashar al-Assad and its unconscionable crackdown on dissidents, which has so far lasted 15 months and resulted in between 10,000 and 15,000 deaths.

Russia Is Not Against Assad's Resignation

Russia said on Tuesday that it is open to seeing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad step down from power if the terms of Kofi Annan's U.N.-backed ceasefire plan are not quickly met

Vietnam Opens Search For American MIAs

In what could be the start of a new era of military and political cooperation, Vietnam said on Monday that it would give the United States permission to search for the remains of four soldiers who went missing during the Vietnam War.

What Are Iranian Special Forces Doing In Syria?

Iran has finally admitted, though not officially, that its top military force is operating in Syria. But how are the elite soldiers of the Quds Force helping the Assad regime? And what will they do as the crisis develops?

Al Shabab Is On The Move, For Better Or For Worse

Ending six years of terror is clearly in Somalia's best interest, especially as the transitional government's mandate nears its end, but scattering the rebels could realize Washington's fear that al Shabab will move deeper into Africa.

U.S. Looks For Russian Support In Syria

Treasury Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David Cohen said in Washington on Wednesday that he will travel to Moscow in the very near future.



Moldova Seeks Sign On EU Accession Talks By Year-end

Moldova is hoping for a sign by the end of the year at least that EU accession talks can begin as the former Soviet republic races to implement reforms proposed by Brussels, Foreign Minister Nicu Popescu told Reuters.