The situation in Syria being fluid, and our writers having authored a good number of posts on the subject, I thought it might be useful to compile the blog’s work on legal issues, international and domestic, regarding military action in Syria.
Thus we’ll take a page from our military commissions coverage, and below note links to our recent and Syria-related entries. Look for this page to be updated and refreshed intermittently, in the coming days, as authors add further commentary. (For general background on war powers issues, have a look at the blog’s Wiki page)
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