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GAZIANTEP, Turkey — The warning from the front lines came by walkie-talkie. An Islamic State artillery position had boomed
The crisis of what to do with the use of chemical weapons within Syria was anticipated by Eleanor Roosevelt when the world did not listen to her.
The officials, who briefed a group of reporters on condition of anonymity, said the United States would instead insist that
On Sept. 9, White House National Security Advisor Susan Rice also rounded down the figures, saying that "more than 1400" were
U.N. inspectors have collected a "wealth" of evidence on the use of nerve agents that points to Syrian President Bashar al
Ignore the communications folks. This isn't a marketing problem. It is a substantive policy problem and it is about rebuilding trust through actions and not words.
Let me be plain: on Tuesday, when the president addresses all of us to explain his ultimate decision, his decision will be AGAINST military intervention.
We've seen this movie before and it doesn't end well. A decade after the Bush administration used the CIA's "yellow cake" tale and other faulty evidence, the government is yet again relying on the CIA to lead a domestic propaganda effort for military action in Syria.
The 800 pound guerrilla hovering behind the Syria debate is Israel and its American backers, one of the most powerful lobbies in Washington.
It seems as though America is faced with a blast from the past. The Syrian conflict has escalated, and today Obama announced that he wishes to send aid to the rebellion, and punish Assad for the use of chemical weapons. What does this remind many in America of?