On the one hand, somebody had to do something. Using Sarin gas to kill babies must not go unchallenged. On the other hand, what did the Tomahawk missile attack accomplish? What about the thousands of innocents already killed by all sides, including the US? What about real humanitarian intervention? On this show, Stephen Zunes professor of politics and international studies at the University of San Francisco, and senior policy analyst at the Institute for Policy Studies untangles the multiple realities of the war in Syria. No doubt, the attack temporarily diverted attention from Trump’s domestic problems, but now what? It is not hyperbole to see that the very future of humanity may be at stake.

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