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Forced into corner on Syria, Obama’s next move will shape foreign policy legacy

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President Obama’s foreign policy is at a crossroads: Despite his efforts to mold his years in the White House around a U.S. exit strategy from the Middle East, for the second time in three years, the president has delayed U.S. military action in the region only to find himself with few options but to intervene later. A chemical attack in Syria has clearly violated Obama’s red line warning to...

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