" BOSTON (CBS) - The G20 summit is supposed to focus on economics but will clearly be dominated by the situation in Syria.
We’ve talked about the political side of this on Capitol Hill but President Obama is also making the pitch to our allies in an effort to build something of a coalition.
We know who he will not be meeting with – the host, Russian President Vladamir Putin. The White House canceled a planned meeting with him in the wake of the Edward Snowden mess.
Britain will not play a role in any military strike against Syria, leaving the president to lobby a rather unlikely duo – France and China. Those two countries could end-up having a major impact on the way this is handled internationally "
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