With "varying degrees of confidence," the White House announced Thursday that President Bashar al-Assad has employed the use of chemical weapons in Syria. And although it is still waiting on conclusive proof that the red line was crossed, it is looking increasingly likely that President Obama will take action against the regime.
P.J. Crowley, former Department of State spokesperson and current fellow at the George Washington University Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication, offers his thoughts on what we know, what has yet to be determined, and what will happen in light of these findings.
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