The U.S. military had the leader of the ISIS in its crosshairs years before he became the most wanted terrorist in the world — but the bureaucratic suits within the Obama’s Administration let him get away.
Since the June 7 terrorist attacks in Tehran, the Iranian government has made dozens of arrests and highlighted the fact that ISIS claimed responsibility. But it is increasingly apparent that, while outside terrorists may have played a role, the government’s focus on their involvement hides a more complex truth, with significant implications for U.S. policy.
The terrorism scenario is always the same. Events repeat themselves, like in the film “Groundhog Day.”
The slaying of at least one police officer and the wounding of two others by an ISIS gunman in Paris on Thursday was yet another tragedy for France.
For just a few hours, America’s war in Afghanistan got remembered, though it was with almost no context and with few of the urgent questions that needed to be asked:
Leaders from 68 countries gatherED in Washington for a meeting of the Global Coalition to Counter Daesh (ISIL) hosted by President Trump’s administration this past week.
An education strategy in Mosul is as important as economic, political and security strategies for bringing stability and peace back to the city.
One year ago, on March 14th, 2016, Congress embraced something more elusive than bi-partisanship: unanimity. The House of Representatives voted 393-0 to declare that ISIS was committing genocide against Christians, Yazidis, and other ethnic and religio…
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) secretly traveled to northern Syria last weekend to speak with American military officials and Kurdish fighters at the forefront of the push to drive Islamic State out of their de facto capital of Raqqa, according to U.S. off…
With Iraqi Security Forces fighting ISIS inside of Mosul, it is now realistic to assume that ISIS could soon be driven out of Iraq.