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Is There A Moral Duty To Intervene In Syria?

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It's been a year since the uprising began, and as the death toll rises, some American lawmakers are calling for U.S. military intervention. Host Michel Martin explores the issue with Shaun Casey, who teaches "Just War" theory, and Abderrahim Foukara of Al Jazeera International.
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