Chemical Weapons Aren’t the Real Problem in Syria

Apr 18, 2017

In Foreign Policy, Associate Director Paul D. Miller argues against enforcing a global ban on the use of chemical weapons.

In his article, Dr. Miller writes that enforcing these norms is "strategically pointless and morally arbitrary. Strategically, it requires the United States to invest its time and resources policing a weapon this is not qualitatively different from conventional weapons. Morally, it amounts to a declaration that the United States cares more about the murder weapon than the murder victim."

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