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Is Obama’s Syria Policy Defensible?

Has Obama has been taking the “least bad” course on Syria? Reflecting on the last two decades of U.S. foreign policy interventions, the answer is yes. The post Is Obama’s Syria Policy Defensible? appeared first on Foreign Policy Blo...
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