With the mounting allegations of the deployment of chemical weapons by
the Syrian regime, the Obama administration is coming under increasing
pressure to respond militarily. In the Financial Times, for
example, Richard Haass, the president of the Council of Foreign
Relations, writes that if these allegations are correct, then “it is
essential to respond directly and meaningfully.” Ambassador Lincoln P.
Bloomfield, the chairman of the Stimson Center, agrees. Several weeks
ago he addressed the Center for the National Interest to propose a
carefully defined plan of action in Syria. His plan was featured on the National Interest web site. Now he further explicates his proposal in the video below.
To watch the interview, click here. (video)