Everybody is gearing-up for the bombing of Syria. As tension mounts in the region, and speculation continues about the when and the where and the how, the casual bloodlust is rising and the men with guns, not to mention the men pens, are being dispatched.

But this time around, we are told, diplomacy will be key; any movement is tempered with caution; the United Nations needs to be given an input.

The days of rogue, or, as the  official terminology goes, unilateral action are over. The...


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