A few questions that every interventionist should consider.
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A Western alliance with Assad would be based on two colossal misunderstandings of the situation in Syria.
Only 43 people voted against the motion, but many throwaway statements have been made criticising intervention.
A majority of Left Foot Forward readers back some form of military action against the so-called Islamic State, according to our latest poll.
Our best hope of reducing the numbers radicalised would be to champion a foreign policy based on clear principles.
If bombing was the answer to extremism, Gaza would be the safest region on Earth. As a coalition of Nations look set to begin US-led airstrikes against Islamic State let’s ask the simple question – why does history keep repeating itself in Iraq?
Should Britain take part in military action against IS? Or are we best of out of it?
Beyond a few airstrikes and supporting an opposition that is engaged in a bloody battle with Assad, it is not clear how IS in Syria can be dealt a decisive blow.