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Experts doubt strong US response to Syria

Analysts: Obama seems to prefer lower-risk options

10:36 PM, May 2, 2013
Members of the Free Syrian Army prepare their weapons in Aleppo, Syria.
Members of the Free Syrian Army prepare their weapons in Aleppo, Syria.
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When it comes to intervening in Syria, President Barack Obama faces a choice between robust but risky military operations that could turn the tide of war and more limited moves that may deter the Syrian regime but probably won't change the balance of power, analysts say.

The military options include establishing a no-fly zone and sanctuary for refugees, arming the rebels or launching targeted airstrikes on a few military objectives.

Many analysts now see the Obama administration taking a more limited approach that would not draw the country into a wider war. ...

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