Syria strike goes to Congress || Obama reopens the diplomatic window
The president’s sluggish advance toward military action in Syria opens up a possibility for a diplomatic solution to the crisis that, albeit rather unrealistic at the moment, might avert war without anyone losing face.
The primary significance of U.S. President Barack Obama's decision to ask Congress to approve military action against Syria represents a new window of opportunity for resolving the Syria crisis. Instead of preparing to launch Tomahawk missiles, the U.S. will prepare its pens and draft agreements.
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