The Atlantic explores President Obama’s decision not to bomb Syria after Bashar al-Assad’s army killed more than 1,400 people with sarin gas. It offers a new and insightful evaluation of Obama and his legacy.
Dylan is a Contributing Editor of Global Politics, and a student of International Relations at the University of St Andrews. His studies focus on Afghanistan, arms control, American foreign policy, and the liberal world order.
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