(Washington, D.C.) — What is the latest situation on the ground in Iraq as ISIS jihadists take more and more territory?
What can and should the U.S. do to help the Iraqis stop ISIS in their tracks, and launch a counter-offensive to roll back the ISIS rebels and regain control of the sovereign Iraqi territory?
Are there viable options?
If the President does not take decisive action, what are the risks to the American people, to Israel, and to moderate Arab allies in the region like Jordan?
On Wednesday, the American Enterprise Institute hosted a fascinating conversation with three experts on the subject:
- Jack Keane, the retired Army General who was the architect of the “surge” strategy that helped the U.S. military win the war in Iraq (before the President pulled out all U.S…
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