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  • France, ironically, stands as strongest U.S. ally in sanctioning Syria

    As President Obama weighs options for sanctioning Syria over alleged chemical weapons use, France, which defiantly opposed U.S. intervention in Iraq a decade ago, has emerged as Washington's staunchest supporter for punitive air strikes. After the...
  • 'No boots on the ground': Obama says he's considering 'narrow' Syria action

    'No boots on the ground': Obama says he's considering 'narrow' Syria action
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Edging toward a retaliatory strike, President Barack Obama said Friday he is weighing "limited and narrow" action against Syria as the administration bluntly accused Bashar Assad's government of launching a chemical weapons...
  • Iraq Syndrome afflicts critics of intelligence on Syria

    Call it the Iraq Syndrome. Because the United States and its allies invaded Iraq a decade ago under the erroneous assumption that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction, President Obama, Secretary of State John F. Kerry and British Prime...
  • Soul-searching in Britain after Parliament's surprising vote on Syria

    Soul-searching in Britain after Parliament's surprising vote on Syria
    LONDON – Will the sun ever stop setting on the British Empire? A day after Parliament’s surprising refusal to back a possible international military strike on Syria, Britons both wrung their hands and rejoiced over what some pundits...
  • Phony intel on Iraq WMD haunting U.S. claims of Syria threat

    The ghost of "Curveball" is haunting the Obama administration and undermining its efforts to marshal strong foreign and domestic support for military strikes on Syria. Curveball was the code name given Iraqi defector Rafid Ahmed Alwan, who claimed in...
  • Obama, a less imperial president

     Obama, a less imperial president
    In the run-up to an attack on Syria, some disenchanted voters were thinking, "This wouldn't be happening if we had elected Barack Obama." On Saturday, they got a welcome surprise: They did elect Barack Obama.  That would be the Obama who opposed...
  • Britain could vote again on hitting Syria, officials suggest

    Britain could vote again on hitting Syria, officials suggest
    LONDON – President Obama’s decision to seek congressional approval for a military strike on Syria could open the door to another vote by the British Parliament, which rejected such intervention, senior officials here suggested Sunday. The...
  • France's Hollande wants Europe to consider action against Syria

    France's Hollande wants Europe to consider action against Syria
    PARIS -- French President Francois Hollande said Tuesday that he is seeking a coalition of European states to decide on the possibility of military intervention in Syria. However, he said France would not go it alone if the U.S. Congress opposes an...
  • As Obama hesitates, Israel worries

     As Obama hesitates, Israel worries
    President Obama has repeatedly and publicly declared that the United States will not allow Iran to acquire nuclear weapons; he has, apparently, promised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as much. While he has not explicitly declared that the...
  • Kerry presses case for Syria strike, reaffirms bond with Britain

    Kerry presses case for Syria strike, reaffirms bond with Britain
    LONDON -- U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Monday kept up the Obama administration’s push for international support of a military strike on Syria and reassured Britain that Washington had “no better partner” in the world...
  • Obama, allies agree to explore diplomatic solution for Syria's weapons

    Obama, allies agree to explore diplomatic solution for Syria's weapons
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama and his French and British counterparts have agreed to work with Russia and China to "run to ground" a new proposal to put Syrian chemical weapons under international control, a senior administration official said Tuesday....