Greg Thielmann

Arms Control Association

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Senior fellow at the Arms Control Association; former Director of the Office of Strategic Proliferation and Military Affairs in the State Department

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President Obama has  postponed his "decision"  for taking limited military action to punish Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons.

Is Taking Charge of Syria's Chemical Weapons Mission Impossible?

President Obama has postponed his "decision" for taking limited military action to punish Syria's alleged use of chemical weapons.

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