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Examining the Decision to Provide Aid to Syrian Opposition

  • Aired: 02/28/2013
  • 08:04
  • Rating: E
The U.S. has volunteered for a new role in the Syria conflict: providing food and medical aid to the opposition. To hear how this new decision may impact the situation, Ray Suarez talks with Steven Heydemann of the United States Institute of Peace and Steven Simon of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
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