Gordon Adams on U.S. Intervention in Syria
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Gordon Adams talked about the latest developments on possible U.S. military intervention in Syria, and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. He discussed the legal justification for any action, short- and long-term effectiveness and the impact on the region, the role of Congress, U.S. military capabilities following sequestration budget cuts, and the legacy of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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Gordon M. Adams Professor American University->U.S. Foreign Policy
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