President Barack Obama has warned Syria not to use or move chemical or biological weapons or else the country risks crossing a “red line” and provoking a U.S. military response. But are there any circumstances under which America should get directly involved in Syria’s civil war?
Writing on GPS last month, Fareed Zakaria noted that there’s much we still don’t know about the Syrian rebels, as well as genuine uncertainty about how coordinated the opposition is, and whether groups on the ground have a sectarian flavor.
GPS welcome readers’ take on whether the U.S. should be doing more to assist the rebels, and what the drawbacks might be. We’ll be posting a roundup of the best responses later this week.