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Britain Fears Being Sidelined As US, France Debate Syria Strikesi
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September 09, 2013
As the U.S. considers launching military strikes against Syria over its alleged chemical weapons use, there is much concern in Britain over the country's future role in the world after a parliamentary vote ruled out military action. In a country that has long prided itself on its ability to "punch above its weight," fears are growing that Britain’s global reputation is fading. More from Henry Ridgwell in London.

Britain Fears Being Sidelined As US, France Debate Syria Strikes

Published September 09, 2013

As the U.S. considers launching military strikes against Syria over its alleged chemical weapons use, there is much concern in Britain over the country's future role in the world after a parliamentary vote ruled out military action. In a country that has long prided itself on its ability to "punch above its weight," fears are growing that Britain’s global reputation is fading. More from Henry Ridgwell in London.


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