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Neglect May Do What ISIS Didn’t: Breach Iraqi Dam
More than 16 months after Iraqi and Kurdish forces reclaimed Mosul Dam from Islamic State fighters, the structure faces a
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War and Water
Rhett B. Larson
Law professor specializing in domestic and international water...
Investing in domestic water security has obvious benefits, from national security of critical infrastructure against terrorist attacks to mitigating the ongoing drought in California.
ISIS Crisis: Limits and Limited Success for Obama's Flawed Strategy
If Obama is serious about effectively containing Isis, much less ultimately defeating it, he's going to have to let go of some very non-serious thinking.
Mr. Obama's War
Adjunct Professor PolSci-Norwich University; Fellow-Foreign Po...
With the bombing campaign launched by the Obama administration against the Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham, or ISIS, America's unending war in the Middle East has come roaring back after a two-year intermission, under new ownership. Welcome to the Obama war.
Obama's Irrelevant Air Strikes
After months of temporizing analysis, President Barack Obama re-engaged militarily in the fading colonial construct known as "Iraq." That he has done so in limited fashion is to be commended, though the air strikes he has ordered so far are mere pinpricks.
Thousands Flee Iraq's Largest Christian Town
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