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AEI Scholar Gary Schmitt discusses the future threat that ISIS poses to the West.
Sometimes you can learn something about today’s world from a history book
The vast majority of Americans don’t and will never have a nexus to terrorist activity. They shouldn’t, therefore, have their lives subjected to any monitoring or data collection, no matter how insignificant government actors claim it is.
The international community will be a more dangerous place if the West abandons its leadership role to the Putins of the world.
The attacks in Paris showed that we need a national discussion about proper NSA surveillance policies, but it’s clear this administration will not be the one to start it.
Iraq 2015 is not Iraq 2005. Rather, it is a country on a precipice, able to see hope and desperate for re-engagement.
To alter Putin’s increasingly assertive foreign policy, the West must appreciate the domestic and foreign drivers of his actions and formulate their response accordingly.
Russo-Turkish tensions since the start of the Russian air campaign.
Before transforming President Obama’s ineffective efforts into a vigorous military campaign to destroy the Islamic State (ISIS), we need a clear view, shared with NATO allies and others, about what will replace it.
All this tortured diction about Islamic terrorism is pointless. We’re at war with people who believe that Islam justifies mass murder.