Past insurgencies can offer lessons in the aftermath of Paris.
This Is What's Left Behind When ISIS Is Defeated
It has taken more than two years and cost thousands of lives and billions of dollars to drive ISIS out of Anbar province in Iraq. Its cities now resemble bombed-out wastelands, and a smoldering ang...
Opinion: Don’t believe the hype, Isis has not yet been defeated
If the Americans are in fact leaving at last, the Kurds are still going to be betrayed and left to the mercy of their enemies – be this Turkey or Syria
I'm witnessing the near defeat of AIDS in Africa. But I fear what comes next.
Trump must continue to invest in AIDS relief to see us to the end of the epidemic.
Young, Syrian, Female: This is How You Fight ISIS's Values
Teaching peace—a week with volunteers on Syria's border.
Samantha Bee asked Syrian refugees what they think about ISIS. They answered.
It's a good thing these refugees don't know what politicians in America are saying about them.
Young, Syrian, Female: This Is How you Fight ISIS's Values
After Isis: what happens to the foreign nationals who went to Syria?
Facts on the ground as much as ethical and legal factors may come into play in repatriating
Opinion: This is what Britain should do with Isis detainees fleeing Syria
Britain must show those who supported Isis that justice will be served, while rehabilitating lower risk individuals
What do Turkey’s attacks in Syria mean for ISIS prisoners?
Chaos surrounding Turkey’s attacks is increasing at the Syrian border. NBC’s Keir Simmons, former NSC staffer Kelly Magsamen, and former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Joel Rubin join Yasmin Vossoughian to break down what this means for ISIS prisoners and holdouts in the area.
Here’s what we know about the ISIS prisons controlled by the Syrian Kurds
Kurdish forces are caught between protecting the prisons holding Islamic State fighters and their families and staving off Turkish soldiers at their border.
Why end is near for Chelsea manager after defeat by Man United
As Maurizio Sarri watched his side limp out of the FA Cup, he resembled a jaded end-of-the-pier entertainer going through the same old act that once brought him acclaim but is now greeted with open hostility and - even more painfully - mockery.The early weeks of the season, when the 'Sarri-ball' philosophy that won him the adulation of peers such as Pep Guardiola brought optimism to Chelsea, seemed an age away as Manchester United breezed into the FA Cup quarter-final without needing to…
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How a Hillary Clinton presidency would let Isis off the hook
As political leaders across the world swear to engage in total war against Isis in the wake of the massacre in Nice, not enough notice is being taken of the fact that the long-term prospects of the group will be boosted if Hillary Clinton is elected as the next US President. President Obama and the Pentagon have been giving priority to first weakening and then eliminating Isis, and have been having a fair measure of success. The Iraqi army backed by US-led air…
Why Putin may not want to defeat ISIS in Syria
The return of experienced Chechen fighters from Syria is a major threat.
How Nigeria defeated Ebola
Key to Nigeria’s successful containment is the strength of the public sector: state governments, universities and hospitals, writes Calestous Juma
First Came ISIS, Then Iran: How the Mission at a U.S. Base in Syria Kept Growing
President Trump has ordered the withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Syria. But the unexpectedly large role of Al-Tanf, a small U.S. outpost in Syria, reveals why leaving the country won’t be so easy.
U.S. will leave up to 600 troops in northeastern Syria to prevent ISIS resurgence, top general says
Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, indicated the terrorist group still poses a threat unless “pressure is maintained.”
Why ISIS Fears Israel
In the wake of the Orlando and Istanbul attacks, President Obama reiterated his determination to “destroy” ISIS by executing a strategy that combines air strikes, American special-operations units and support for local ground forces. Both of the candidates campaigning to succeed him insist that the United States must do more: Donald Trump advocates that Washington “bomb the hell out of” the group, while Hillary Clinton promises…
Opinion: How Baghdadi's death could breathe new life into Isis
Trump’s decision to deploy US forces to take over Syria’s oil fields and appropriate their output could rally support from both sides of the Iraq-Syria border to mount a campaign of resistance against this occupation