Dominic Kalms is an analyst specializing in Middle East and Latin American national security affairs. He holds a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University.
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Former Syrian Defense Minister General Ali Habib defected from the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on September 4 and turned himself over to the rebel backed Syrian National Coalition
The Syrian Academy of Military Engineering in Aleppo, which trains the elite officers in the Syrian Armed Forces, is one of the most prestigious military schools in all of the
Dominic Kalms spoke on BBC about the conflict in Syria.
Carlos Ernesto Mojica Lechuga maintains an unassuming presence; thin and balding, his only noticeable oddity is a tattoo on his forehead that reads “In memory of my mother.” Beneath this
Executive Summary After four consecutive presidential terms and fifteen years in office, Hugo Chávez died on March 5 leaving behind a mixed legacy. While his supporters proudly call him El Comandante and
Jamestown analyst Dominic Kalms was interviewed by International Business Times in an article titled "Divided, We Fight: A Primer on Syrian Opposition Groups."
In a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood action movie, Syrian Major General Abdulaziz al-Shalal snuck across the Syrian border into neighboring Turkey on the night of December 21, 2012, trekking
The Juzgado Primero de Instrucción (First Court of Instruction), in the small Salvadoran municipality of Soyapango, convicted Borromeo Enrique Henríquez Solórzano to 30 years in prison on June 3, 1998 for
The National Coalition of the Syrian Revolutionary Forces and the Opposition elected Shaykh Ahmad Mouaz al-Khatib al-Husni, a little known moderate cleric (imam), on November 11 to be their chief