Has Syria's Assad government used chemical munitions on its rebels?
Here's John Judis at the New Republic arguing that it would.
Here's the Telegraph (UK) claiming that such a strike is already underway.
Practically speaking, could a Western strike - presumably an airstrike - actually "punish" the Damscus regime?
Would the likely collateral damage outweigh the gains of such a strike? Would the punitive effect be worth the collateral damage?
Consider this an open thread to discuss...