In the past five years Western politicians have said “If I knew then what I know now, I would have acted differently,” in an attempt to justify or deflect blame for the outcome of policies which were shown later to have done harm, such as the debate that took place over the Iraq war in 2003.
Mystery envelops the Syria strike
I wonder if we will get to hear some Western politicians reiterating the same expression showing regret over a strike, which although they intended to be limited, turned into a war.Bakir Oweida
The mystery surrounding the outcome of a potential U.S. strike should not make us forget the tragic situation of Syrians inside and outside the country. The U.N. announced this week that the Syrian refugee crisis is the worst in modern history.