United to End Genocide joined 14 other groups to thank Senators Kaine (D-VA) & Rubio (R-FL) for introducing the Syrian Humanitarian Resolution of 2014.
The UN Security Council finally addresses the ongoing death and suffering in Syria that has nothing to do with chemical weapons.
Protection of civilians and prevention of atrocities must be the highest priority in Syria.
If UN experts are not allowed in immediately, the U.S. should reevaluate its policy of sitting on the sidelines. The people of Syria deserve no less.
As Syria enters its third year of violence, what has changed and what are the prospects for an end to the bloodshed?
As the death toll in Syria surpasses 70,000, recent reports suggest that the US may enter into new business with the main arms supplier to the Syrian regime
Russia’s state-owned arms company, Rosoboronexport, announced that it would continue to supply weapons to Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian regime,
Last night, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union address highlighting many important and pressing issues while missing others.
The staggering death toll of 60,000 people killed during the Syrian conflict should spur Washington to re-think its approach.
Rewarding Russia with economic perks and declaring it “most favored” while the government provides the Syrian regime with arms & diplomatic cover is wrong.