A No-Fly Zone In Syria: Is It The Least Bad Option?
In Syria, President Bashar al-Assad has total control of the skies. Is a no-fly zone the only way to stop his brutal attacks on civilians?By Elizabeth Hagedorn | September 18, 2015
For four years, Bashar al-Assad has been slaughtering his people. And for four years, U.S. policymakers have considered this as a solution. (Video via Syrian Civil Defense)
"We need to establish a no-fly zone," Sen. John McCain told CNN.
"The no-fly zone is not some type of silver bullet," Ben Rhodes said during a 2013 news conference.