By Frank Munley
Iraq and Afghanistan continue to teach painful lessons about the false allure of regime change. Now President Obama is talking about facilitating a “transition” in Syria, which sounds like regime change to me.
The strategic goals of this ill-conceived venture are murky at best, and our congressional representatives will soon vote on authorization of military force. Here are a few reasons the U.S. should avoid military involvement in Syria’s civil war:
Munley is a retired college professor in Salem.