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Webcast Extra: Negotiating Syria

Clip: Season 2013 | 8m 15s

On the Webcast Extra: It was just two weeks ago that Obama agreed to let Congress vote on U.S. action in Syria. Panelists consider what would have happened if they voted against intervention. Would  Obama be discredited as a global leader? How would U.S. allies in the Middle East react? Panelists also examine the Obama/Putin relationship. Did a new alliance help the U.S. avoid military action?

Aired: 09/13/13

Rating: NR

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