Tag Archives: Islamic State

Yemen and Coalition-Based Interventions

A series of ongoing conflicts and U.S. complacence have begun to unravel the norms on the use of force. Continue reading

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Out of Control: Managing non-State Militias

This essay seeks to examine ways in which national political identity influences government options in controlling powerful non-state militias. Continue reading

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ISIS: No Good Options

Embracing the responsibility of global leadership, Barack Obama has pledged U.S. leadership in the fight against ISIS. The road elected to eradicate ISIS will not be easy, and the United States has few good options. Continue reading

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