Iraq

January 25, 2022 Louis Bernd

Justice Necessary Before Yazidis Can Find Peace

The first article of this blog series, “ISIS ‘Down’ but ‘Not Out’ in Iraq,” addressed the scope and effects of military operations in the fight against terrorism. This article expands on the issue of sustainability in combating terrorism. It...

December 28, 2021 Louis Bernd

ISIS “Down” but “Not Out” in Iraq

The U.S.-led coalition against ISIS recently announced the transfer of some of its forces from Iraq to northern Africa to counter increasingly lethal affiliates of ISIS and al-Qaeda. While about 2,400 U.S. troops remain in Iraq to advise, train, and...

July 09, 2015 Brian Stewart

ISIS in Iraq and Syria: Bloodied but Unbowed

At the dawn of the US-led campaign against ISIS in September 2014, President Obama announced the formation of a “broad coalition” whose mission was to “degrade and ultimately destroy” ISIS.Since then, the international coalition has carried out more...

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