On Syria, there are red lines and bad options

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Author(s) Newsday editorial board
Source Newsday
Date August 28, 2013
URL http://www.newsday.com/opinion/editorial-on-syria-there-are-red-lines-and-bad-options-1.5968090
Quotes-start.png If the United States can't in good conscience stand by and do nothing in Syria, a limited airstrike would be the least bad option. Though the chemical attack has given Obama strong ground to respond, the United States shouldn't go it alone. Obama should assemble an international coalition to go along, including particularly some of Syria's Arab neighbors. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position A coalition of countries should intervene on the topic Syrian civil war.