Pressure is building on Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad , to respond to demands for change with reform not violence. But, as GIS expert Bernard Siman explains in this briefing, the country is divided and not all its people have decided which side to back.

SYRIA is in crisis. Street protests which began in March, 2011, have been met with military force leaving an estimated 3,000 dead so far, tens of thousands injured or arrested and more than 10,000 fleeing as refugees.

The protests against the government of Bashar al-Assad followed the Arab Spring demonstrations in neighbouring countries. They were met by tanks, gunfire and mass...

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