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_creationDateDatetimeApril 30, 2013 7:16:13 PM
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SourcePageThe New Republic
DateDateApril 30, 2013
URLURLhttp://www.newrepublic.com/article/113068/syria-intervention-why-obama-should-authorize-force#
QuoteTextFirst, there is good reason to discourage—by force, if necessary—the use of chemical weapons. After 100,000 were killed in World War I from poison gas, the League of Nations in 1925 adopted a ban on their use, which even the adversaries in World War II observed. The United Nations adopted a ban of its own in 1992. Secondly, there is good reason for the United States, once it declares a “red line,” to observe it.
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It's Time to Intervene in Syria by John Judis (The New Republic, April 30, 2013) (view)

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TopicPageSyrian civil war
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