What the ISIS bombings in Aden make clear is that there’s a long fight ahead in Yemen.
Russia now has a major airbase in Syria and could soon add to its growing Middle East presence. Will Russia answer the call to strike ISIS in Iraq, if the West does not?
What harm could come from letting Russian President Vladimir Putin take on this fight for us in Syria? The answer is: plenty.
Senior Fellow Jim Talent discusses AEI’s plan for rebuilding America’s military power in 2016.
What we’re doing in the Middle East now isn’t working. And a Russian or Iranian compact to terrorize the region with pet dictators and terrorists will be no better.
Russian President Vladimir Putin surprises President Obama and the US military by launching airstrikes in Syria. Russia claims to be targeting ISIS, but the Pentagon believes they are actually targeting Syrian opposition forces.
Russian President Vladimir Putin surprises President Obama and the US military by launching airstrikes in Syria. Though Russian claims to be targeting ISIS, the Pentagon believes the Russian attack is aimed at Syrian opposition forces.
In a clear act of defiance toward the Obama Administration, Russia has launched airstrikes in Syria. Putin claims to be targeting ISIS strongholds though the airstrikes may actually be aimed at US-backed Syrian opposition forces.
Radical Islam is increasingly prevalent among groups residing not only in the North Caucasus but in the Russian heartland, a development which could have serious consequences for the security of Russia, Europe and the world.
In a testimony today at 2:00pm before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats, Russia expert Leon Aron will discuss the growth of radical Islam within Russia.