U.N. Security Council Sanctions Against Syria
Michele Flournoy discussed the legitimacy of the Assad regime and why Americans should be concerned about Syria. The U.N. Security Council, though the majority is for intervening in Syria, is prevented from acting by the veto votes from Russia and China. Without support from the two countries, the Council is unable to take official sanctions against Syria. Viewer questions were taken via telephone and electronic devices. close
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Michele A. Flournoy Co-Founder and President (Former) Center for a New American Security
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