THE images from Syria circulated around the world; men, women and children suffering from what many believed to be a chemical weapons attack. There was an international outcry but no clear call for international action. Great Britain's parliament voted against military intervention. Canada's prorogued Parliament has yet to debate the issue. Meanwhile, U.S. President Barack Obama has said his country would only get involved if both Senate and Congress voted in favour. The latest U.S. polling shows little support for such action.
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