In parts of northern Syria, Assad's regime has fallen. In the region between the city of Aleppo and Turkey, the Sunni villagers have already taken control. But what comes next?
Less than a month into his rule as president, Mohamed Morsis 100-day plan, which covers a wide range of issues, seems more unrealistic than doable for many.
A friend in need is a friend indeed: Hassan Nasrallah, Hezbollah's chief, has never wavered in his support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The stakes are high: if Assad goes, chances are Hezbollah goes too.
Analysis: The meeting last week between Hillary Clinton and newly elected Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi was between leaders from two countries that not only need each other, but may have a surprisingly similar approach to public life.