The Broader International Question: What To Do About Syria?

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The Obama administration acknowledged last week that there's evidence the Syrian government had used chemical weapons. President Obama warned Syria not to cross that "red line," and now some Washington lawmakers are urging the president to take forceful action — including military intervention. Renee Montagne talks with Robert Malley, Middle East and North Africa program director at the International Crisis Group, about Obama's options in Syria.

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