The crisis in Iraq presents few good options to US policy makers. The President is consulting with Congress on the possibility of air strikes, which Iraq has now formally requested. But at least one former policy maker argues you can't intervene in Iraq without intervening in Syria.
President Obama says Gaddafi must obey the UN's demands or face military action. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former adviser to Secretary of State Clinton, and Barry Posen, who directs the Security Studies Program at MIT.