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The United States and the Syrian crisis: The Influence of Public Opinion on the Non-Intervention Policy
par Hélène Dieck
The current literature on the influence of public opinion on military interventions typically concludes that public sentiment towards war have little influence on the decision-making process in Western democracies. The U.S. response to the Syrian crisis, however, calls into question these findings. After three years of civil war between the government of Bashar al-Assad and various rebel groups and in spite of a previous intervention in the Libyan civil war, the United States persists in ruling out a direct involvement, allowing the conflict to worsen and broaden to the entire region...
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