With Clare Lopez, Roger Noriega, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, Gordon Chang.
CLARE LOPEZ, former CIA officer and Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, walks us through the traps of realistic contingencies in Syria.
ROGER NORIEGA of InterAmerican Security Watch warns that the new president of Mexico is making a “short term pact with the devil” that allows narco-traffickers to continue their work in exchange for a decrease in violence.
Chairman of the US House Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs DANA ROHRABACHER makes the case for why the US should stay out of the conflict in Syria, arguing that there is no side that the US could support that would not turn against it in the long run.
GORDON CHANG, writer at Forbes.com, reports on the breaking story that North Korea is essentially creating a hostage situation by refusing to allow some South Korean citizens to leave the demilitarized zone between the two countries—a move that Chang believes points to North Korean threats being more than mere rhetoric.