Conflict in Syria In 2011, protests spread throughout the country of Syria to bring down the president of Syria, Bashar al-Assad and started a civil war. The U.S. is considering using force in Syria because Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against protesters, which is an international law to not use any chemical weapons, and killed more than one hundred-thousand Syrians. Should the U.S. get involved with Syria? The best option the U.S. should take towards Syria is to work with the International Community to end the civil war. This option is best because we are not putting ourselves in harm’s way, it is best to hear others’ options with this kind of situation instead of going ahead, and using more violence is definitely not the answer to stopping this conflict. Cooperating with the International Community would be the best way to end the war because we will not harm ourselves in any ways possible. We are in debt already so we would not be able to afford another war. We also do not want to lose any soldiers or hurt any innocent bystanders. The U.S. should try to compromise with other countries for a much better peaceful solution. Working with others is the best way to end this conflict is because we need a solution that best fits for everybody. The U.S. acting alone will lead not only resentment towards the country, but will hurt the ability to influence a diplomatic solution in Syria. The U.S. should wait until other countries authorize similar military action or, as said before, come up with a peaceful solution that fits for everybody. The U.S. should be a part of the solution, not the conflict. Using force on this matter will not help with anything but will harm not just ourselves but others also.
The Americans shouldn’t intervene Syria
It is hard on some countries that are in war with USA as USA has their best military. There can be many conflicts if we intervene Syria. Even if Syria attacks back on USA, Syrians might have some major power that they try to attack one of the best military forces in the world. USA should intervene Syria because USA might create a stronger American policy, bulwark against the extremist groups and…
Turkey strikes Syrian targets after cross-border mortar bomb kills five
In the article I read, Turkey strikes Syrian target after cross-border mortar bomb kills 5, they mainly talked about how first Syria fired a mortar bomb, and then in response, Turkey military struck targets inside Syria, which killed 5 turkish civilians. Syrians fired from their side to the region of Akçakale. Turkish military chiefs had urgent meetings and soon the Turkish foreign prime minister found out, and schedule…
The “CNN Effect” of Mass Media on Humanitarian Aid: A Case Study of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Syria
SUNY New Paltz
Often times, certain humanitarian issues receive more media attention than others. The media’s role in providing information to citizens has been amplified due to globalization. Recently, issues of politics and specifically foreign policy have been focused on largely by mass media (Robinson 1999,…
Okay to start this off there is currently a conflict
between the United States and Syria. There is speculation that it
has been confirmed that Syria is using chemical weapons. President
Barack Obama said that Syria was relinquishing control over its
chemical weapons. Syria must submit a comprehensive list of its chemical weapons
stockpile within one week, Kerry said,and international
inspectors must be on the ground no later than November.
President Barack Obama said in a statement that…
Over nine million Syrians alone have been displaced since 2011! If someone took three people who originate from Syria, chances are, one of them has been displaced from their homes. Millions of people are attempting to escape the horrible terrorist groups located in Syria, and the strain on European countries to house refugees is endless, but, to put less stress on European countries, refugees can go to countries nearby to their home, paid for by European countries.
The countless terrorist organizations…
The Unknown Outcome Of Syria
The Syrian civil war has been a prominent issue in the world since its beginning in 2011. Syria’s diverse ethnic groups are what have helped to fuel this country into one of the worst civil war of the 21st century because they can’t compromise. After gaining independence from France in 1946, Syria saw many years of political instability. Dating back to 1947, the Baathist party has ruled Syria for the vast majority of the country's existence. The modern Ba'ath party…
the Syrian uprising is an ongoing armed conflict in Syria between forces loyal to the Syrian Baath Party government and those seeking to oust it. The conflict began on 15 March 2011, with popular demonstrations that grew nationwide by April 2011. These demonstrations were part of the wider Middle Eastern protest movement known as the Arab Spring. Protesters demanded the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad, whose family has held the presidency in Syria since 1971, as well as the end to over four…
The New Zealand Position
As the crisis in Syria enters its fifth year, the international community must be prepared
to address this situation head on. Addressing the UN General Assembly, The New Zealand reaffirmed the National Party government’s support for the US drive to war against Syria. It is
clear that the UN Security Council’s lack of agreement, has made it a powerless bystander to the
Syrian tragedy and in a way, shielded the Assad…
Learning Journal I (Culture and U.S Involvement in Syria)
It would be much easier to understand each other’s cultures if everyone had a culturally relative view but unfortunately most of us look upon it ethnocentrically. We judge peoples cultures based on many things; their values, beliefs, wealth, government, etc… All these things can be difficult to understand from looking at stories and pictures over the internet, or in books, magazines and newspapers.
I feel it is beneficial to visit and…