Exploring the Road to U.S. Action in Syria | The State of Higher Education | Yosemite Fires Continue Through Labor Day

« previous episode | next episode »

Monday, September 02, 2013

A protest against U.S. intervention in Syria at the White House. August 31, 2013 (Twitter user @AnswerCoalition/Twitter)

Exploring the Road to U.S. Action in Syria | The State of Higher Education | Yosemite Fires Continue Through Labor Day | As Yosemite Burns, A Reflection on the 1988 Yellowstone Wildfires | The Health Implications of Climate Change

Exploring The Road to U.S. Action in Syria

The Obama Administration has decided that the U.S. must take military action in Syria, though not before seeking congressional approval. Joining The Takeaway to discuss the next steps for the U.S. Congress and the vote on U.S. military options in Syria are Congressmen Frank PalloneGregory Meeks, and Tom ColeLara Setrakian, journalist and founder of Syria Deeply, joins the program to discuss the implications of action in Syria and the humanitarian crisis on the ground there. David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent for our partner The New York Times, fills us in on what to expect around the capital.

Comments [32]

The Syrian Debate from Around The Web

The Takeaway is dedicated to providing you with comprehensive coverage of the debate over U.S. military action in Syria. Your voice and opinion is not only important to us, but a vital part of our programming. Share your thoughts on what America should do in the comments below or call us at 1-877-869-8253. Here you'll find some of the conversation that's been happening around the Web.

Comment