Professor Paul Rogers outlines the terrifying augmentation of American military force under President Donald Trump.
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Canada lacks coherent Iraqi assistance plan
The decision to suspend the Kurdish training and assistance mission underscores the need for a broader Canadian plan going forward.
2-year extension of Iraq mission lacks transparency and oversight
Trudeau government waits until Parliamentary recess to announce two-year extension to Canada’s military mission in Iraq.
A bleak outlook for Afghanistan and a way forward: Part Two
A troop surge in Afghanistan is no substitute for good governance and a commitment to peacemaking.
A bleak outlook for Afghanistan and a way forward: Part One
As the world’s attention remains riveted on Iraq and Syria, Afghanistan’s intractable conflict wears on.
ICG report examines pitfalls of U.S. counter-terrorism strategy
The Trump administration must be careful to avoid playing into the hands of Islamic State and other violent extremists.