Reactions to the Use of CW in Syria: “A Touch of Insanity”?

by Peter Jenkins Once we came across a man-of-war anchored off the coast.…in the empty immensity of earth, sky and water there she was, incomprehensible, firing into a continent….There was a touch of insanity in the proceedings. — Joseph Conrad In… Continue Reading  

Britain to Obama: “Rethink Syria.”

by Robert E. Hunter In a surprise move, the British parliament has rejected the Government’s motion to provide support for military action against Syria. This was a clear rebuke to Prime Minister David Cameron and, equally, to the Foreign and… Continue Reading  

Use of CW in Syria: A View from London

by Peter Jenkins For the last week the British government has given every sign of being in a dreadful muddle over how to react to the suspicion that chemical weapons (CW) were used in the suburbs of Damascus early on… Continue Reading