Chem­i­cal Weapons At­tack on Civil­ians and a strike against Syria..

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS - By Saadula Aqrawi

The Syr­ian govern­ment car­ried out a deadly chem­i­cal weapons at­tack on civil­ians in a Da­m­as­cus , that what the U.S. say­ing .It seem that the U.S. through the Obama ‘s Ad­min­is­tra­tion , loos­ing power in mil­i­tary as well as in diplo­macy , and that is much clear in slow the for­ma­tion of an in­ter­na­tional coali­tion that could use mil­i­tary force to pun­ish Syria, its no­ticed .

U.S. did not present any di­rect ev­i­dence to back up his as­ser­tion that the Syr­ian govern­ment bears re­spon­si­bil­ity for the al­leged at­tack. Pres­i­dent Obama, it seem he is still hes­i­tat­ing and eval­u­at­ing pos­si­ble mil­i­tary re­tal­i­a­tion, And if that's hap­pen , then there need to be in­ter­na­tional con­se­quences , Fail­ing of the five per­ma­nent mem­bers of the United Na­tions Se­cu­rity Coun­cil to reach a res­o­lu­tion for the use of force. And af­ter the Bri­tish rolled out the at­tack on Syria.

U.S. would take ac­tion against the Syr­ian govern­ment even with­out the back­ing of al­lies or the United Na­tions, be­cause diplo­matic paral­y­sis must not pre­vent a re­sponse to the al­leged chem­i­cal weapons at­tack in Syr­ian .Its clear , that the U.S. re­sponse would be limited in scope. And Obama he ar­gued that Syria's use of chem­i­cal weapons not only vi­o­lated in­ter­na­tional norms, but threat­ened Amer­ica's self­in­ter­est .

David Cameron be­comes the first Bri­tish prime min­is­ter un­able to de­liver Bri­tish troops to a joint mil­i­tary op­er­a­tion with the US. . Barack Obama was will­ing to show some pa­tience for Bri­tain but he would need to launch strikes against Syria be­fore he leaves for the G20 sum­mit in Rus­sia next Tues­day.

Ev­ery One have right to make their own de­ci­sions, In spite of the Bri­tish de­ci­sion, it re­mains the goal of the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion that any de­ci­sion be an in­ter­na­tional col­lab­o­ra­tion and U.S. will re­spect the Bri­tish de­ci­sion. So, the United States may have to take ac­tion against Syria with­out the sup­port of one of its staunch­est al­lies.

Wash­ing­ton will con­tinue to con­sult with Bri­tain, but Pres­i­dent Obama's de­ci­sion mak­ing will be guided by what is in the best in­ter­ests of the United States.

Rus­sia , in­sists there's no proof yet Syria's govern­ment is be­hind the chem­i­cal weapons at­tack. And any plans to strike Syria would chal­lenge pro­vi­sions of the U.N. char­ter,

They ac­cused Wash­ing­ton of try­ing to cre­ate ar­ti­fi­cial ex­cuses for mil­i­tary in­ter­ven­tion. if the United States and its al­lies are re­ly­ing on a U.N. man­date to green light a mil­i­tary strike, that is will not hap­pen with the Rus­sia re­jec­tion .

United States' re­sponses to mass killings around the world from the mas­sacres of Ar­me­ni­ans by the Turks a cen­tury ago, to the Holo­caust, to the more re­cent Ser­bian atroc­i­ties against Bos­nian Mus­lims and the eth­nic cleans­ing of the Tut­sis in Rwanda con­cluded that they all shared un­for­tu­nate com­mon­al­i­ties .United States has acted over the past two years as it has tried to come up with some kind of pol­icy to end the As­sad regime's bru­tal war on its own peo­ple in Syria.

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