The air strikes ordered by President Donald Trump against a Syrian military base last week have raised questions about U.S. policy in that country’s civil war.
This morning on “Radio Times,” Marty Moss-Coane talked with former Army Colonel Andrew Bacevich and long-time journalist James Kitfield about the disturbing images of suffering civilians and the implications for U.S. foreign policy.
In this segment, Kitfield talked about the creation of a safe zone to protect Syrian civilians from chemical weapons and barrel bombs. “That obviously is a much greater commitment,” Kitfield said. “That would be at least a rational response to someone who is killing his own people.”
For more on a discussion about the foreign policy challenges facing the new Trump administration, listen to Monday’s “Radio Times“.