British Policy in Syria
Britain supports Syrian opposition parties--Hizb al-Shaab and the Baath Party.
February 01, 1949
From a Report by France's Minister Plenipotentiary in Damascus to Beirut and Egypt
While, after 1945, Syria greatly favored the British Government, recent events in Palestine and Arab countries have changed Syria's outlook, and France decides to change its policy toward Syria and Lebanon.
January 22, 1951
The Communists Throw a Bomb at the British Consulate in Aleppo
Report on a bombing by a communist at the British Consulate in Aleppo.
January 28, 1951
The Bomb Thrown at the British Consulate in Aleppo and the Communists' Activities
Report on the investigation of a bombing at the British Consulate in Aleppo.
April 01, 1955
Regarding al-Malki's Assassination
Communists seize on al-Malki's assassination for political gain against Anglo-American policies.
The Situation in Syria: Echoes of King Saud's Visit and its Reasons
King Saud's visit to Syria sparks conversations among Syrian politicians regarding American involvement and the Fertile Crescent Project.