I am an Irish-born professor of Finance, who has published widely in English and Japanese on matters of economics, finance and politics. I have been heavily involved in Syrian issues for the last few years and my focus is exclusively on that conflict for now.
This book, together with the 20 photos that accompany it, tell my experiences of standing with the Syrian people over the last six years as they battle the evils of empire to maintain their freedom. The book is worth buying alone for its conflicting endorsements
Syrians have paid a huge monetary and human price in the current war being waged not only against them and their homeland but also against civilization itself. Although many people inside and outside Syria would like to help rescue the Syrian people from the savagery being visited upon them, there has, to date, been few viable channels to allow them contribute in any meaningfully moral, material o
This book summarizes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats from NATO and other hostile forces the Syrian people face in the Great Patriotic War they are engaged in for their families, their homes, their homelands and their dignity.
This compendium is an effort not so much to formulate a solution but to help posit what the actual factors driving the mayhem is. Unless I can persuade some more appropriate people or institutions run with this project, I expect to expand on this volume again and again over time.
This, my seventh short e booklet on Syria, is comprised mostly of photographs, which I took myself, augmented by others, which I took from the Internet to make the important points I adumbrate in the course of the book.
This, the sixth and final part of my six volume series on NATO's war against Syria, is a book of two halves: this short introduction and a subsequent section, which is a compendium of the previous five volumes. Together, they explain how and why we must make a contract with Syria, with the Syrian people and with their representatives so that peace and prosperity may return to them.
This, my third volume on the Syrian crisis, reviews the background to the Syrian crisis, identifies the soft power forces being paid to undermine Syria,and explores the reasons those NGOs and other NATO controlled forces are so determined to destroy the Syrian Arab Republic.
Syria's Child Heroes salutes the gallant civilians of Syria, in particular Syria's women and children and their guardians, who have withstood one of the most barbaric and merciless onslaughts in recent times.
Irish citizen Dr Declan Hayes recounts his experiences and impressions in Damascus, Homs, Latakia, the Qalamoun Hills, Ma'loula, Kasab and other areas of government-held Syria during his 2014 and 2015 visits there. Although Dr Hayes has met leading Syrian religious and political leaders, his focus is very much on those who are paying the highest price for this war: the women and children of the S