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Is There an Answer for Syria?

The rapid rise of the Islamic State means core assumptions driving policy on Syria must be rethought.

U.S.-Arab Counterterrorism Cooperation in a Region Ripe for Extremism

Many Arab governments are fueling the very extremism they purport to fight and looking for U.S. cover. Washington should play the long game.

Turkey’s ISIS Crisis

Turkey fundamentally disagrees with the United States in its interpretation of the threat that the Islamic State poses, viewing the group as a symptom of deeper pathologies.


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    Ashley J. Tellis Wednesday, February 25, 2015
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