What the US Can and Cannot do to Stop Syria's Brutal Crackdown


Over 700,000 protesters gather in Al-Assy Square in Hama during the Syrian Revolution (Photo: Wiki Commons)

Anne-Marie Slaughter served as director of policy planning at the State Department from 2009 to 2011. She speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins about what the US can and cannot do to stop Syria's brutal crackdown on anti-government activists in that country.

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