Posts Tagged: Isis
A region at war, a rash of terrorist attacks, and the worst refugee crisis since World War II: These are the legacies of America’s quarter-century-and-counting war in Iraq.
Thirty-six years into the U.S. base build-up in the Greater Middle East, military force has failed as a strategy for controlling the region, no less defeating terrorist organizations.
The administration needs to face its inability to achieve regime change in Syria and the destruction of the Islamic State.
The United States should rethink its ties to a country that engages in mass executions and disastrous military campaigns.
Our wildly inflated fear of terrorism is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
The efforts of the U.S. and Iraq to extract the Islamic State have left Ramadi uninhabitable.
Just like bin Laden and Al Qaeda, the Islamic State views attacks on it as a means to win recruit more fighters and suicide bombers.
How the CIA, bad trade deals, and wanton military intervention caused the social crises that gave us the Donald. (Really.)
Islamic State leaders evade airstrikes through mingling with citizens and never letting the grass grow under them.
The progressive movement must grapple with Trump and terrorism simultaneously.