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September 12th, 2013
07:53 PM ET

Before AC360 Later: Anderson Cooper & Christiane Amanpour answer your questions on Syria

Starting at 8:45 p.m. ET, you can begin submitting your questions about the diplomatic process and all the latest developments on Syria.

The live discussion begins at 9:15 p.m. ET.

 

 


Filed under: 360° Radar
September 12th, 2013
02:05 AM ET

Former Islamist extremist speaks out

Some suggest if the U.S. helps topple the Assad regime, we would be fighting on the side of al Qaeda. There are serious questions about who makes up the Syrian opposition, and what they really want. Maajid Nawaz was once a self-professed Islamic radical. He has since left that life and brings his unique perspective to the AC360 Later panel.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Andrew Sullivan • Christiane Amanpour • Syria
September 12th, 2013
02:02 AM ET

Putin's message to America

The latest twist in the Syria crisis is coming from Russian President Vladamir Putin himself. He wrote an op-ed in the New York Times. The panel breaks down his message to President Obama and the American people.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Andrew Sullivan • Christiane Amanpour • Syria • Vladimir Putin
September 12th, 2013
01:13 AM ET

Is America too war weary for military intervention in Syria?

"Our exhaustion may not be a sufficient reason for the United States not to muster the energy to intervene in a conflict for strong moral and strategic reasons." That's how Leon Wieseltier, literary editor of the New Republic made his case for America using force in Syria. It set off a fierce debate with the AC360 Later panel.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Andrew Sullivan • Bashar al-Assad • Christiane Amanpour • Syria
September 12th, 2013
01:12 AM ET

The strategy of weapons inspections

What will it take to disarm the Assad regime? Where will the inspectors come from? Who will provide their security? David Kay was America's chief weapons inspector in Iraq. He talks about the strategies that would need to be implemented if inspectors go into Syria.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Andrew Sullivan • Christiane Amanpour • Syria
September 12th, 2013
01:10 AM ET

Remembering 9/11

Today the nation pauses to remember the horrifying events of September 11, 2001. Twelve years later, our country pays tribute to the victims and the heroes.
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Filed under: 360° Radar
September 12th, 2013
01:08 AM ET

Newlywed accused of pushing husband off a cliff

A newlywed, who should be enjoying some of the happiest days of her life, was instead in court today accused of killing her husband. Jordan Linn Graham and Cody Johnson were married for just over a week when she allegedly pushed him over a cliff. Kyung Lah has the story.
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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Kyung Lah
September 12th, 2013
01:07 AM ET

Convicted child killer walks out of prison

Debra Milke spent more than two decades on death row for the murder her four-year old son, but tonight she is enjoying her first taste of freedom. An appeals court threw out her 1990 conviction because of shoddy police work. But she's not off the hook yet. Prosecutors are gearing up for a whole new trial. 360's Randi Kaye has the story.
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Filed under: Crime & Punishment • Randi Kaye
September 12th, 2013
01:05 AM ET

Is disarming the Assad regime "Mission Impossible"?

David Kay was America's chief weapons inspector in Iraq, and he says there are likely hundreds of people qualified to search for chemical weapons in Syria. But he estimates the job would we require at least 2,000 inspectors. Anderson spoke to him and former CIA officer Bob Baer about what the inspectors would do once they are inside Syria, and the difficulty of completing their mission.
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Filed under: Bashar al-Assad • Chemical Weapons • Syria
September 12th, 2013
01:01 AM ET

Disarming Syria's Chemical Stockpile

The United States and Russia agreed to give up chemical weapons, and more than 15 years later the job of destroying them is still not done. That effort will be far more difficult in Syria where weapons inspectors will have to work in the middle of a brutal civil war.  Nic Robertson reports.
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Filed under: Bashar al-Assad • Chemical Weapons • Nic Robertson
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