Intervention Escalation – By James F. Jeffrey | Foreign Policy

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English: The task of making foreign policy in the United States, according to the United States Constitution, is divided among different branches of government, with the executive branch having much of the decision-making authority, while the Senate ratifies treaties (2/3 vote needed to pass) and the Supreme Court rules on how to interpret treaties. Congress has a role in controlling appropriations for military expenditures. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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.

Any thoughts?

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