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The case for the West to intervene in Syria

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After the now-confirmed chemical attack in Syria by the Assad regime on its own people on Aug. 21 that killed upwards of 355 people, the West had to at least debate on how to react. Indeed, after ignoring the terrible civil war that killed about 100,000 people for the past two-and-a-half years, the absolutely horrific images of children dying warranted a reaction of some kind. The issue,...

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