Syria: Is Intervention the Right Move?
“Intervention;” “use of force;” “upgraded opposition…” The news is riddled with these terms as the US decides whether to take military action in Syria. In light of evidence suggesting the Assad regime used chemical weapons to kill over a thousand civilians, President Obama has proposed limited strikes. We’ll get an update on Syria this hour and discuss the pros and cons of intervention.
- Sean Kay, Director of the Arneson Institute for Practical Politics at Ohio Wesleyan University
- Michael Cohen, columnist for The Guardian