The articles by Condoleezza Rice and Simon Adams advance a series of disquieting possibilities for the future of Syria if the US and other states fail to act. While I am sympathetic to the urgency with which both writers advance their claims, there is much strained and stretched logic—as well as outright naiveté—in both authors' arguments, especially Rice's.
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"Syria: Not Libya, But Let’s Treat It Like It Is Anyway,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 13:
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