September 5th, 2013
09:40 PM ET

What U.S. action in Syria means for Iran

If the Obama administration fails to act with a military strike in Syria, there is serious concern America is sending the wrong message to our foes in Iran.

Syria has clearly crossed a red line with its use of chemical weapons, and if the President fails to get congressional approval for a strike, Iran may become more empowered to develop nuclear weapons.

OutFront: Nick Burns, he's a professor at "Harvard Kennedy School and a GlobalPost columnist. And Alan Dershowitz is a professor at Harvard Law School and the author of a forthcoming book called "Taking the Stand."

Filed under: Iran • Syria
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  1. Joe

    "Our foes!". Why does any one can call Iranians "Our foes" if they have never done any wrong to you. We all know the US Government is just making the frame to go bombinng killing millions of innocent people for the sake of petrodollars.

    September 6, 2013 at 12:35 am | Reply

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