U.S. intervention in Syria poses risks
As the slaughter in Syria escalates, the question arises: Do we have an obligation, moral or otherwise, to intervene with military force? Despite the certainty claimed by both proponents of American military intervention and those who counsel caution and restraint, it's not at all clear what we should do or whether we have a moral obligation to act ... (more)
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#1 Jun 17, 2012
The Syrian Opposition has not formed a "Government In Exile." So there is no one to negotiate with. The situation in Syria presently looks tribal. And we should only be concerned about weapons flow into the area.
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