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Essay Analysis on Syrian Chemical Weapons and International Response

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This essay covers the ongoing crisis in Syria and the government's use of chemical weapons.

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Essay Analysis on Syrian Chemical Weapons and International Response
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Asia Syria Politics of Syria Assad family International reactions to the Syrian Civil War Bashar al-Assad Syrian Civil War Hafez al-Assad International reactions to the Ghouta chemical attack Kenneth Waltz
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Asia Syria Politics of Syria Assad family International reactions to the Syrian Civil War Bashar al-Assad Syrian Civil War Hafez al-Assad International reactions to the Ghouta chemical attack Kenneth Waltz
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Syria is among the very few states left in the world to possess chemical weapons, and one of the even fewer that had a strong possibility of using them. The Syrian civil war has been a powder keg waiting to explode and only a matter of time before the government turned to desperate measures to quell the uprising. This essay aims to examine the foremost points for why the USA failed to deter Bashar al-Assad and his regime from using Chemical weapons on more than one occasion in 2013. The global response has critics arguing both sides, some arguing that America could have prevented the chemical attacks while the opposing side complements the Obama administration for doing ...
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