In contrast, the United Nations selected 23 out of 50 members for the Constitutional Committee`s 150-member Civil Status Committee and seven out of 15 women on the 45-member commission. These figures are an example of the commitment of Syrian civil society and the United Nations to women`s participation, which should have been demonstrated since the creation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325. While the creation of the UN Women`s Advisory Council (WAB) was commendable, it was ultimately a superficial effort. As an advisory committee chosen by Western actors, the WAB does not participate in peace talks and there is no guarantee that its recommendations will be implemented. The UN could have increased the effectiveness of WABs by including Syrians on the selection committee and creating them as a delegation body. The war in Syria has struck women in a unique way. Gender equality in peace and development efforts will help to address the changing gender dynamics in Syria and contribute to the creation of a society immediately after the war. Under Rabin, Israel proposed to attach it to the extent of its withdrawal to the scale of the peace offered by Syria. On the basis of the positions expressed by both sides, a peace agreement that has been concluded gradually over a long period of time is feasible and could move from a political-military agreement between governments to a new positive reality between peoples. Hafez al-Assad`s rise to power in 1970 put an end to Syria`s chronic instability and placed him at the head of the Pan-Bian struggle against Israel. For many years, Syria has been the most militant of the Arab states on the front lines, rejecting any idea of peaceful coexistence with Israel. But despite its radical attitude, the regime avoided an inoperative war with Israel and tried to improve relations with the United States, although it remained an important ally of the Soviet Union.
The start of the talks in Astana has been described as an « astana-isation » of the Geneva talks, which implies a shift towards the Syrian opposition, which is conducting military operations and is moving away from Syrians who have only political influence.  Discussions will take place on January 23 and 24; the first day ended without the parties reaching an agreement.  The « Astana Process » talks were aimed at supporting the framework in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254 and concluded on 24th with an agreement between Iran, Russia and Turkey to establish a joint monitoring body to work on the implementation of the ceasefire of Resolution 2254.  The seventh round of the Astana process on Syrian peace began in Astana with the support of Russia and Iran.  Discussions have maintained previous agreements on the Astana process on the exchange of prisoners, prisoners of war and missing persons. The guarantor countries – Russia, Turkey and Iran – confirmed the consensus on the need to find a political solution in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 2254.  At the 16th Non-Aligned Movement Summit held from 26 to 31 August 2012 in Tehran, Iran, attended by leaders from 120 countries, Iran intended to develop a new peace resolution aimed at resolving the Syrian civil war.  But no consensus was reached between the leaders. On 14 September 2017, in Astana, representatives of Iran, Russia and Turkey agreed to create a fourth « de-escalation zone » north of the Idlib government.   Kazakh Foreign Minister Kairat Abdrakhmanov reaffirmed Kazakhstan`s commitment to serve as a neutral place for the continuation of peace talks.  The Syrian peace process is a set of initiatives and plans to resolve the Syrian civil war that has been ongoing in Syria since 2011 and has propelled itself beyond its borders. The peace process was facilitated by the Arab League, the UN Special Envoy for Syria, Russia and Western Powers.
 The parties to the negotiations to end the conflict are generally representatives of the Syrian Baathist government and the Syrian opposition, while the autonomous administration of northern and eastern Syria is generally excl