Former MI Chief: U.S. Must Choose the 'Best Worst' Option in Syria

Amos Yadlin’s analysis of U.S. military options in response to alleged chemical attacks in Syria suggests there’s no quick fix to removing Bashar Assad or stopping the bloodshed.

Former Military Intelligence head Maj. Gen. (ret.) Amos Yadlin says there is currently no military option available to the United States that would bring an immediate end to the bloodshed occurring in Syria and force the ouster of President Bashar Assad.