Just days before the raid in which Baghdadi died, Trump announced that the new U.S. mission would be to secure Syria’s oil. He reiterated that on Sunday. In what world does that make sense?
He’s just going about it in the worst possible way.
The name Idlib may be only vaguely familiar now, but you’ll be hearing much more about it.
There is no practical, ethical path forward. There are some small steps the U.S. can take, though. For now, that will have to do.
The “Secret History of ISIS” explores the steps taken (or not taken) by the George W. Bush and Barack Obama administrations.
Up to now, national security and terrorism have not been signature issues for Klobuchar.
If the past four years of conflict in Syria show anything, it’s that the worst-possible scenario is always a distinct possibility.
Minnesota’s delegation echoed the national divide, with Republicans critical of Obama’s plan to settle more Syrians while some Democrats defended the current refugee screening process.
It’s somehow wrapped up in the deranged religion of “American exceptionalism.”
Is it possible to come up with a solution to the Syrian conflict that is both achievable and more or less acceptable?
Kroft had trouble maintaining the pose of a reporter asking questions.
Did Syria’s president just draw the beleaguered tyrant’s equivalent of a get-out-of-jail-free card?
While agencies don’t anticipate an immediate upswing in refugees, Minnesota’s history and current conditions may make it an attractive place to settle in the long run.
WASHINGTON — The Senate passed a bill authorizing assistance for Syrian rebels fighting the Islamic State group and funding the government through December.
WASHINGTON – A measure arming and training Syrian rebels passed the House 273-156.
Somali-Americans react to a FBI investigation that Minnesota men may have gone to fight in Syria.
‘We would hardly notice 55,000 children seeking refuge in our country!’
These 9 countries are the world’s most dangerous for minorities.
I seldom hear them say what they would have done and why they are so sure that it would have brought about the desired result.
Whether Assad could be part of a transitional Syrian government elicited sharp disagreement at the talks, suggesting US hopes for the forum were modest, perhaps just a series of small steps.