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This article by James Jeffrey in Foreign Policy examines the challenges for the US in further intervention in Syria. Check it out!
Intervention Escalation – By James F. Jeffrey | Foreign Policy.
As the US Congress presses President Obama for action in response to hardening evidence of deployment of chemical weapons, experts debate the risks of each type of intervention.