As usual, the media moved on from the Syrian conflict. In Hungarian news, there is nothing about it any more.
Naturally, the New York Times still writes about it, but it’s not on the first page any more, you have to look for it.
Nearly a year before the world woke up to images of Syrians dying in a large-scale chemical weapons attack, Samantha Power was quietly pushing President Obama for a military strike to stop what she calls the “grotesque tactics” of President Bashar al-Assad.
For a fleeting moment this month, it seemed she had prevailed.
Now Ms. Power, a former senior aide on the National Security Council and a former war reporter who emigrated from Ireland, must negotiate for peace in a new public role as Mr. Obama’s ambassador to the United Nations.
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