The decision to suspend the Kurdish training and assistance mission underscores the need for a broader Canadian plan going forward.
As the world’s attention remains riveted on Iraq and Syria, Afghanistan’s intractable conflict wears on.
The Trump administration must be careful to avoid playing into the hands of Islamic State and other violent extremists.
There can be no expectation that our military interventions will do more good than the obvious disaster they are.
Highlights from the March 10th “Pathways to Peace in Iraq and Syria” panel discussion.
Paul Rogers, writing for Opendemocracy.net, provides a clear analysis of the evolution of ISIS and the western worlds’ failure to find a way out of the trap cast by ISIS (“ISIS’s plan, and the west’s trap”, Opendemocracy.net, 27 November, 2015). Tactics employed by ISIS have continued to change but the West has failed to adapt, […]