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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.
AEI Senior Analyst Katherine Zimmerman discusses the threats of al-Qaida and ISIS to national security on NewsmaxTV.
Despite repeated warnings since 2012 from the DIA, CIA, and State Department, and pleas from Iraqi leadership to strike ISIS, President Obama simply refused to act.
Four things the US should — and shouldn’t — do to respond to the terror attacks in Paris.
ISIS wants to shake the foundations of the West. Responding with passivity will only hasten their efforts.
What really made Obama angry at the press conference in Antalya, Turkey were reporters’ repeated questions about the minimal success of his strategy against the Islamic State and Republicans’ proposals for more active engagement in Syria and Iraq.
The problem is not the refugees. The problem is that terrorists might use the refugees to infiltrate the country and carry out terrorist attacks.
Stabilizing Syria will require help from friends and allies. Moscow is neither.
The December issue of AEI’s Political Report looks back at public opinion on terrorism and the situation in Syria in the months leading up to the attacks in Paris and assesses the strength of the Tea Party, what Americans think about a third party, and strong partisan divisions on the role of government.