The huge dangers of military escalation in Syria

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After seven years, more than 400,000 missing or killed, and 10 million displaced people, President Bashar Al-Assad is suspected of having once again crossed "a red line," using chemical weapons against civilians. With Russia, France, England, the United States, Turkey, Iran and Israel all involved, the stakes for Syria — and for the world — could scarcely be higher. Michael talks to Paul Rogers, professor of Peace Studies at Bradford University in the UK.

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