Syria won’t be solved just yet
Foreign Policy reported exclusively this morning that Intercepted Calls Prove Syria's Army Used Nerve Gas, U.S. Spies Say. Oren Dorell at USA Today said, “‘Panicked phone calls’ fr #Syria MoD followed chem attack, unnamed US intel ofcls tell @TheCable_FP.” Josh Greenman at the New York Daily News tweeted this quote from the story: “Was the attack the work of a Syrian officer overstepping his bounds? Or was the strike explicitly directed by..."
If that isn’t terrifying enough, now we hear that the U.S. Fears Aleppo Is Next for Chemical Weapons Strike. Stephen Wisnefski with the Wall Street Journal wrote, “Military campaign vs #Syria would aim to deter further use of chemical weapons, could involve several days of strikes.” Gregg Carlstrom at Al Jazeera English added from the story: "The administration is still debating the precise objective of a military strike [on Syria], according to officials." Max Fisher with the Washington Post said, “Err, skeptical about this claim.”