The White House confirmed today that the goal of any military intervention in Syria would be very limited. Which makes one wonder what the point of doing anything actually is.
There’s more than one way to look at the civil war in Syria.
John Kerry’s speech was the crossing of the Rubicon for US military action in Syria.
As President Obama’s red line has been crossed more brazenly, he continues to sound reluctant to intervene in Syria while positioning forces to do just that.
The Syrian regime may have used chemical weapons again, this time in an even larger and more deadly attack.
Senators John McCain and Carl Levin have demanded answers from General Martin Dempsey on Syria. Can they handle the truth?
Ostensible allies in the fight against the Assad regime, al Qaeda and the Free Syrian Army are killing each other.
Radical Islamists now dominate the Syrian opposition. And you’re arming them.
The U.S. is now confirming that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons. What’s next?
Has the West inadvertently handed Iran a victory in Syria?
How would the addition of Susan Rice and Samantha Power to the President’s foreign policy team affect policy toward Syria’s civil war?
Syria’s violence is slipping across it’s borders.That’s not good news at all.
Signs and portents in the Middle East.
Is the White House distancing itself from the President’s “red line” remarks about Syria?
Arming the Syrian rebels may do nothing more than prolong a seemingly endless war, and pull the United States into a conflict it shouldn’t be involved in.
A new poll shows that 62% of Americans oppose American military intervention in Syria’s civil war.
John McCain is right that we shouldn’t send ground troops to Syria, but his idea for increased U.S. intervention in the country’s civil war is still too risky.
President Obama may regret drawing a line in the sand over Syrian chemical weapons.
Has Bashar al-Assad crossed the red line drawn by President Obama? And does it matter?
Recent comments from Russian officials suggest that the nation may be preparing to cut its longtime ally loose.