WKU PBS is airing Charlie Rose’s interview with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad about the chemical weapons attacks inside Syria, and the possibility of U.S. military intervention.
You can see that interview tonight, starting at 10 pm central time, on WKU PBS.
You can also read WKU Public Radio's recent coverage from our region regarding the conflict in Syria, including:
Lisa Autry's interview with WKU's Huda Melky, a Syrian native who has family still living there.
An interview by Kevin Willis with Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul, who talked about his opposition to American military involvement in Syria.
Senator Mitch McConnell's recent comments to the Bowling Green Noon Rotary Club about not having made a decision on whether or not he'll support a U.S. military strike.
WKU Political Science Prof. Scott Lasley's comments to WKU Public Radio about how the Syria issue has different implications for Kentucky's two U.S. Senators.
A look at where each member of Kentucky's Congressional delegation stands, as of this past weekend, about a possible U.S. strike in Syria.
On Monday, Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander announced he would vote against the U.S striking Syria.