Libyan War Maps
Syrian Arab Spring Protest Maps - Batch One
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Two - Syrian Air Defenses
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Three - Twitter and News Update Maps
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Four - The Soccer Map
Syria Civil War Maps: Batch Five - Ceasefire Violations
Syria Civil War Maps: Batch Six - Houla
Syria Civil War Maps: Batch Seven - June 2012
Syria Civil War Maps: Batch Eight - Battle of Damascus
Syria Civil War Maps: Batch Nine - September 2012
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Ten - October 2012
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Eleven - Propaganda Maps
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Twelve - First Quarter 2013
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Thirteen - Chemical Weapons Attack?
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Fourteen - Israel Strikes Again
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Fifteen - Second Quarter 2013
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Sixteen - The Coming Western Intervention
Syria Civil War Maps Batch Seventeen - Al Qaedastan in Iraq and Syria
American President Obama and British Prime Minister Cameron are making it known that they are planning to attack Syria because of Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons.
An anonymous map maker made the a Google Maps mashup claiming to show chemical weapon attacks since December 2012.
View Alleged chemical weapons attacks in a larger map
The news magazine Foreign Policy made a map showing chemical weapon and air bases which the Western forces may attack.
View Syrian chemical sites and air bases in a larger map
The Times of London made a map showing American and British naval ships that may be involved in a strike against Syria as well as potential targets.
This map, allegedly from Russia's largest tabloid daily, claims to show Syrian and Russian forces in and off the coast of Syria. It is clear the cartographer does not know what he was doing because Jordan is shown as part of Syria and it seems units were just placed randomly on the map.
Finally there is a short and easy guide to understanding the complex middle east alliances in play. It reminds me of The Onion's article about World War I.