Solid evidence, little appetite to strike: Obama's dual-track approach to Syria
From now, the president will operate on both diplomatic and military channels; the trauma of flawed intel dogs the U.S. on the anniversary of 9/11; Assad's may show his chemical capabilities once again. Three perspectives on the Syrian crisis.
Policy. In interviews U.S. President Barack Obama gave on Monday night to no less than six American television networks, the first hints were scattered of U.S. willingness to help reach a diplomatic outlet to the crisis in
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