As to the evidence the U.S., the U.K. and France have said they have regarding proof, the U.N. envoy said he has yet to see it.

Brahimi emphasized that “International law says that military action must be taken after a decision by the Security Council.” It seems, however, the U.S. is likely to choose “the Kosovo model” for military intervention.

Also on Wednesday, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron announced that

France’s President Francois Hollande has joined its allies in readying for war on Syria, saying his country was “ready to punish” those behind the alleged chemical attack.

“If you’re NATO, everything looks like it requires a military response,” said Institute for Policy Studies fellow Phyllis Bennis, so, unsurprisingly, NATO joined the war chorus, saying in statement on Wednesday:



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