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Obama aide: Coalition will fight ISIS

Thursday, 04 September 2014 10:04
STORY HIGHLIGHTSA key national security adviser says the U.S. would "absolutely" secure an international coalition to defeat ISISPresident has yet to make a decision to conduct airstrikes in Syria, officials cautionBritish, French and Australian forces have already participated in air drops Cardiff, Wales (CNN) -- A key national security adviser to President Barack Obama said he believes the United States will "absolutely" secure an international coalition to defeat the rapidly growing terrorist group operating in…
'SEVERING THE LINK': Calls mount for attack on ISIS base in Syria
Thursday, 04 September 2014 10:01
As President Obama and U.S. allies weigh the next steps in the fight against the Islamic State, lawmakers and military analysts say the strategy for uprooting the terror network must involve striking at its headquarters in Raqqa, Syria – using airstrikes as well as allies on the ground. “You must hit the enemy at the source and that is Raqqa,” Rep.
Isis: Obama announces 'core coalition' to confront terrorist threat
Thursday, 04 September 2014 08:57
Barack Obama hailed the formation of a "core coalition" of 10 countries – led by the United States and including the UK, France and Australia – who were aiming to destroy what he described as the savage and nihilistic Islamic State (Isis) in Syria and Iraq.
Obama: ISIS must be dismantled, not contained
Thursday, 04 September 2014 08:33
The Islamic extremists that have taken hold of parts of Syria and Iraq represent a "significant threat" to NATO members, President Obama said at the end of a two-day NATO Summit in Wales. Among NATO allies, "there was a recognition that we have to take action" against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, also known as ISIL), Mr. Obama said.
Obama Vows to ‘Degrade and Destroy’ ISIS
Thursday, 04 September 2014 06:58
US President Barack Obama speaks at a press conference on the second day of the NATO 2014 Summit at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport, South Wales, Sept. 5, 2014. Saul Loeb—AFP/Getty ImagesA tougher tone from the President
Obama Vows to 'Degrade and Ultimately Destroy' ISIS
Thursday, 04 September 2014 06:37
President Barack Obama vowed Friday to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the militants of ISIS — an organization that he said was too dangerous to be simply contained.
CAN OBAMA COME UP WITH AN ISIS STRATEGY?
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 11:00
If we are going to have a meaningful, productive, national debate on what our foreign policy and reactions should be to ISIS, we need to have unbiased information. Right now, we simply are not getting it. Let's begin with what this organization actually is. ISIS stands roughly for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. President Obama and most foreign leaders still call it ISIL, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Cameron and Obama Need to Agree Isis Strategy Amid Signs Joint Air Strikes into Syria Possible
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 00:20
The is mounting speculation that what has been billed as the most significant Nato summit in its history will see President Obama and David Cameron escalating military action against Isis with joint air strikes not only in Iraq but also into Syria. And that has raised fears that, should such an operation go ahead, it could drag Britain ever deeper into the regional conflict, and even see RAF jets fired on by the Syrian military…
Obama discusses ISIS strategy
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 11:56
STORY HIGHLIGHTSObama addresses his "we don't have a strategy yet" to defeat ISIS five days laterObama said he wants to "clear what our objectives are" and to make "the case" to AmericansOne expert said his delayed response is characteristic of his approach to foreign policy: slow Washington (CNN) -- It took five days for President Barack Obama to address the controversy he caused by saying "we don't have a strategy yet" to defeat ISIS.
Took five days to address controversy
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 09:45
STORY HIGHLIGHTSObama addresses his "we don't have a strategy yet" to defeat ISIS five days laterObama said he wants to "clear what our objectives are" and to make "the case" to AmericansOne expert said his delayed response is characteristic of his approach to foreign policy: slow Washington (CNN) -- It took five days for President Barack Obama to address the controversy he caused by saying "we don't have a strategy yet" to defeat ISIS.
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