Cameron’s case for Syria airstrikes is highly contentious | Politics | The Guardian

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The Guardian reports that there is no clear strategy, objective or endgame, with one US commander describing the campaign in Syria and Iraq as a stalemate.

Source: Cameron’s case for Syria airstrikes is highly contentious | Politics | The Guardian

Whilst the left-wing Guardian would not hesitate to embarass Cameron’s government, the issue about absence of a cohesive strategy seems sound. Of course, the American General is embarassing Obama more than Cameron.

Surely, the Guardian should be directing its questioning to Obama’s policies first and foremost? Also whilst they’re questioning, perhaps they should look at Saudi Arabia & the Gulf states for their role?

Thoughts?