Both opposition to and support of Barack Obama’s proposal to bomb Syria have been focusing on a chemical weapons attack that killed some 1400 people while pushing to the background a civil war that has killed 100,000. The spiraling situation in Syria and the growing callousness of the discourse around it, in the West and elsewhere is long on what should not be done but tragically bereft of what should be done. I try to change that in my piece this week in Souciant.
Syria For Americans
September 6, 2013 by Mitchell Plitnick
Posted in Syria | Tagged ARab League, Barack Obama, Bashar al-Assad, Caucasus, Central America, chemical weapons, European Union, France, Gulf of Tonkin, Iran, Israel, John Kerry, Muhammad Idrees Ahmad, Reagan Administration, Russia, Syria, United Nations, Vietnam | Leave a Comment
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