US bombing of Syria ... punitive strike or the beginning of effective intervention?

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American and European analysts expect US bombing of a Syrian military base in Homs to be the beginning of an active and active intervention by Washington in the Syrian crisis after years of hesitation, although Reuters quoted a US military official as a "single blow."

While the majority of Americans may not favor military intervention for their country abroad, at a time when their administration needs to focus on the internal situation, consistent with President Donald Trump's "America First" slogan, the swift and decisive reaction to the chemical attacks in Khan Sheikhan, Idlib, Wide for tram.

The decisive and rapid response to Trump's administration may have been to show the damage the Obama administration has caused to America's image in the world, and also to add to the image of the president after he has faced domestic affairs by revoking his travel ban and his plan to change the Obama Care health system.

Obedience It is easy to compensate for difficulties in enforcing domestic policy with relatively "easy" external action, as some commentators put it, but the development of intervention in Syria carries other complications:

What he has:

The restoration of a leading American role, expressed by President Trump's statement that world powers should join forces to stop the "slaughter and bloodshed" in Syria.
To fulfill the promise of confronting Iranian expansion and influence by blocking any gains in Syria where Damascus supports.
The response to the issue of relations with Russia, which accuses the Trump administration of its opponents of being lenient or complicit, has to change its position in Syria.
Reassure America's allies in the region who blame the Obama administration for their failure in Syria and elsewhere.
An example is that Trump's threats are not hollow, especially toward North Korea and its nuclear project.
What it is:

The difficulty of commitment to US forces abroad, such as Afghanistan and Iraq, which would be a reversal of Trump's pledges that his administration will not be "the world policeman."
The popular support for the focus on the outside rather than the inside and the interest of the American citizen directly declined.
Complicate the administration's relationship with Congress, especially as there are Republican senators and senators who are not enthusiastic about any major US military action abroad.
According to a European expert on international affairs, all the actors in the Syrian crisis are aware of these incentives and obstacles to the US administration. Their response will have an impact on President Trump's decision to expand his country's efforts to "an international alliance to remove Assad," as his foreign minister, Rex Tilerson, Last.

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