Analysis The Preventable War Crime: How the West Failed to Prevent One Syrian Chemical Attack After Another

In the history of war, no war crime has been so well documented and so predictable to those who had it in their power to prevent it from recurring

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What we know at this point is that late last night (April 7) in Douma, dozens of people -- the numbers are unclear but estimates range from 40 to 150 -- were killed by what was almost certainly a nerve agent...