What Should the U.S. Do About ISIS?

We asked leading foreign-policy intellectuals to give us their best answers.

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National Journal Staff
June 12, 2015, 4:05 a.m.

The past few years have seen the of­fi­cial con­clu­sions of the U.S. wars in Ir­aq and Afgh­anistan. But the United States had no time to breathe a col­lect­ive sigh of re­lief be­fore the rap­id ad­vances of IS­IS (the Is­lam­ic State in Ir­aq and Syr­ia) were present­ing us with an­oth­er polit­ic­al, ideo­lo­gic­al, pos­sibly mil­it­ary quandary in the Middle East. How should the United States re­spond? We asked lead­ing for­eign policy in­tel­lec­tu­als to pro­pose their best an­swers.







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