Thursday, 12 September 2013 | A Public Affair
Regardless of the position taken Syrian involvement, it is important to analyze all of the factors and possible consequences of action or lack thereof. On Thursday September 12th, our host Allen Ruff talked with Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, about one of his latest articles for Truthout.
Ruff and Zunes gave us an update on Syria as well as where the United States stands on involvement with Syria. Zunes also stressed the importance of Congress and their role to help stop plans of attacking Syria.“The decision by President Barack Obama to first seek congressional approval of any US military action against Syria is good and important, not only on constitutional grounds but because it gives the American people an opportunity to stop it. It is critically important to convince members of Congress not to grant the president that authority.”- Stephen Zunes in Eight Arguments Against Going to War with Syria.