The smoking gun
Anthony Tucker-Jones assesses the intelligence implicating Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the use of chemical weapons against his own people
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government is languishing under the international shame of having deployed Sarin nerve agent against its own people. To date there is no denying that some sort of chemical agent has caused a growing death toll amongst the civilian population caught n the crossfire. Nonetheless, it has taken six long months of continual chemical attacks in Syria for the international community to finally take concrete action against Assad’s stocks of chemical . . .