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Collapse of diplomacy in Syria forces US to consider new options

By Howard LaFranchi, When President Obama threatened military strikes on Syrian government installations over chemical weapons in 2012, Russia took notice. Intent on heading off a United States military intervention that could have weakened Moscow ally and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Russian President Vladimir Putin hammered out a deal with Washington a year later that […]
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