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    While the conflict in Syria is both a major humanitarian crisis and a situation where our hands are seemingly tied, it remains a necessary topic of personal and public discussions. The situation forces many of us to reconsider our positions on various forms of intervention. It can have a lasting effect on our personal and collective approaches to foreign policy and conflict if we create a space for dialogue surrounding it to take place. The Ohio University STAND chapter is creating such a space. This Tuesday we will be bringing Laura Neack from Miami U., John Quigley from OSU, and Larry Yungk from UNHCR to campus for a panel discussion called “Syria Interventions: Military, Legal, and Humanitarian Intervention in Syria and Beyond.”

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