Last week, Americans were wondering if Syria would become the next Iraq, Afghanistan or Vietnam — places where long commitments of troops and treasure have failed to produce celebrated resolutions. From the looks of it, the path toward military action against Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime was looking pretty certain and pretty grim.
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