Syria Military Intervention: Who Supports vs. Who Does Not

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Syria Military Intervention: Who Supports vs. Who Does Not

The potential military strike in Syria is looking more and more likely by the day as politicians baffle us with double speak and the military positions ships off the coast of Syria. While the U.S. looks to add another conflict to its long list of global military actions, it may be difficult to keep track of how the key players align on this subject. Russian President Putin has been a vocal opponent of the attacks and will no doubt use the G20 meeting as a platform to discuss it more. The graphic below from Al Jazeera shows which side all of the major countries involved are on.

SyriaVia: floatingpath.com

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