Syria conflict by the numbers


by AEI on Dec 10, 2014 | Views: 248 | Score: 0
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AEI
AEI on Dec 10, 2014 11:05 AM said:

As the humanitarian crisis in Syria worsens, the war in Syria is enabling a breeding ground for radical groups to emerge. Here's the impact since the conflict began in March 2011.

Peter Graham
Peter Graham on Dec 13, 2014 4:22 PM said:

Why the indecisiveness? Perhaps because Americans are against direct involvement? Perhaps because nation-building an Iraqi society and army we spent billions upon billions on could not stop the Islamic State from eating up massive northern regions of the country? Perhaps because ousting Assad is a no-go for Iran, with which we have been in direct nuclear talks with? Because a crippled Assad regime will only give more physical and political space for Salafist jihadis to operate? The angle of the charges against Obama's 'indecisiveness' by appealing only to the very real humanitarian crisis there willfully ignore so many political realities in the Middle East in yet another attempt to stir up sentiments of a weak White House.