Andrew Tabler

  • June 11, 2012  

    As dozens more died Monday in Syria amid heavy fighting, U.N. special envoy Kofi Annan said he was “gravely concerned,” citing reports of continued shelling in Homs. Gwen Ifill discusses the prospects for civil war with Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Mona Yacoubian of the Stimson Center. Continue reading

  • March 27, 2012  

    Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad toured the besieged city of Homs Tuesday, as reports suggested the government had accepted Kofi Annan’s peace plan. Judy Woodruff discusses the latest developments with journalist Andrew Tabler, author of “In the Lion’s Den,” who lived in Syria for most of the last decade. Continue reading

  • January 10, 2012  

    In a defiant public speech Tuesday, Syrian President Assad repeated promises of reform and plans to crush dissent against his regime. Margaret Warner discusses what’s next for Syria with former U.S. Ambassador Theodore Kattouf and Andrew Tabler, a Washington Institute fellow who lived in Syria for most of the last decade. Continue reading

  • November 2, 2011  

    Eight months into Syria’s Arab spring, members of the Arab League reported a possible peace agreement with President Bashar al-Assad. Jeffrey Brown discusses the proposal and whether it could halt violence there with Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and National Defense University’s Murhaf Jouejati. Continue reading

  • May 11, 2011  

    As Syrian government tanks shell residential neighborhoods, Judy Woodruff discusses what is next for the Syrian uprising with The National Defense University’s Murhaf Jouejati and The Washington Institute for Near East Policy’s Andrew Tabler. Continue reading

  • January 25, 2011  

    The announcement of a Hezbollah-backed prime minister sparked protests across Lebanon. Margaret Warner takes a closer look at the prospects for political compromise with Mark Perry, an author and foreign policy analyst, and Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Continue reading