loading... by Micah Zenko September 26, 2014 SEN. JOHN MCCAIN (R-AZ): I take it from your answer that we are now recruiting these young men to go and fight in Syria against ISIL, but if theyre attacked by Bashar Assad, were not gonna help them? ... Council On Foreign Relations, 5 days ago
Officials on the ISIS Threat and U.S. Strategy - Council On Foreign Relations, 2 weeks ago
You Might Have Missed: Defense Contractors, ISIS, Syria, and Cyber Threats - Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
2 images for "micah zenko"
loading... by Micah Zenko September 18, 2014 On the eve of the Iraq War in 2003, while commanding the 101st Airborne Division, then-Maj. Gen. David Petraeus repeatedly asked Rick Atkinson the rhetorical question: Tell me how this ends. What ...Council On Foreign Relations, 1 week ago What is Iraq Doing With U.S. Missiles and Intelligence? Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
loading... by Micah Zenko September 5, 2014 This morning, the White House released an unusual statement: The Department of Defense confirmed that Ahmed Godane, the leader of al-Shabaab, is dead as a result of a U.S. military targeted airstrike ...Council On Foreign Relations, 3 weeks ago
loading... by Micah Zenko August 20, 2014 Sarah Kreps is a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow at the , and an associate professor of government at Cornell University. She is the author of 1. What is the most interesting project you are currently ...Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
Barely a month ago, there wasn't even a plan for dealing with the Islamic State, reports the Washington Post. President Obama had said in August that his administration didn't have a strategy yet. With bombs now blasting the bearded beheaders ...National Interest, 21 hours ago
loading... Author: CFR.org Editors September 26, 2014 "The incursion of "With Russia on the warpath, China pressing its own territorial claims and Pakistan expanding its arsenal, the overall chances for Mr. Obama's legacy of [nuclear] ...Council On Foreign Relations, 5 days ago Must Reads of the Week: Post-NATO Afghanistan, Geopolitical Forecasting, and More Council On Foreign Relations, 2 weeks ago Must Reads of the Week: Militants in the Middle East, AI's Impact on Employment, and More Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
loading... Interviewee: Ryan Crocker, Dean and Executive Professor, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University Interviewer: Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor September 24, 2014 Ryan C. Crocker, a veteran of U.S.Council On Foreign Relations, 6 days ago
President Obama has just stolen a page from the George W. Bush playbook. And Congress fell for it. Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with al Qaeda, but attacking him was a politically expedient way to avenge 9/11. His brutal and aggressive conduct ...The Hill, 1 week ago
US launches airstrikes in Syria; Uighur scholar in China sentenced to life in prison; police and students clash in Hong Kong during pro-democracy protest; Liberia and Norway sign logging deal; British photojournalist appears in second ISIS video; ...Pundit, 1 week ago
loading... Authors: Eric S. Edelman, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Dennis B. Ross, Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow, the Washington Institute for Near Eastern Policy, and Ray Takeyh, Senior Fellow for Middle ...Council On Foreign Relations, 1 week ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!