Attack of the Acronyms

September 2013
National Review;9/16/2013, Vol. 65 Issue 17, p37
The author offers opinions on the revolution in Syria and U.S. foreign relations. It is satirically recommended that the U.S. conduct aerial bombing on the dwelling of Syrian President Bashar Assad as a means of offering criticism of U.S. foreign policy in Islamic countries, which the author regards as weak.


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