Syria: At The Crossroads
Western countries are having a hard time making up their minds what to do about Syria. The Syrian army has held its ground recently and retains control of Damascus and Aleppo. But the possible use of chemical weapons has ramped up the pressure on the US to intervene militarily.
US military intervention in Syria would not only impact President Obama’s domestic priorities, but would also complicate US relations with...
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