August 6, 2012

Risks of Inaction in Syria

Sens. McCain, Washington Post

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As fighting inside Syria intensifies and the opposition there renews its plea to the world for help, the Obama administration's hands-off approach is increasingly at odds with both America's values and its interests.

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TAGGED: Joe Lieberman, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, United States, 2012, Syria

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