Important Question: Why Intervene in the Syrian Conflict?

We have to accept that we live in an interconnected world with a global network of finance, military and whatnot.

When a country “misbehaves” – or goes against the interest of the whole – it should be punished – say big countries such as the US.

It is true that Syrian people are suffering but we must not forget that they are adults with some powers (which we don’t know anything about) at their disposal.

In theory, any given government can be thrown over if 90% of the people doesn’t like it.

The real question is: Is it right to play “parents” on them and intervene?

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